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ion au'i iu the follow iiiK iaa:"^i.?r : Shouli. ou wirili to 
.r btm.vaet of tihojce flow-rs to a friend in ai larcre on 
San F.ahoisco, all vou will have to do ti 
will be to send the order to us and w. 
i thfe citv where it is to be delivered, tMu> ^.v. 
and sui>';''n^teeing safe and prompt delivery a fev 
received. ar* 

SANSUEL FEAST & SONS, 

ists and Floral Artists, ni ^. chjrlbs *1, 



;iMiO\K l9ft:t. . 



«A1/TI.W!»UJE. M»- 



Fine Portraits at Popular Prices 



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BICHARD WALZL'8 

ISif^TO JSTlJi>IO. ART BtJlI.IlfING. 

I OR. EllTAW a:\I> FRAWRI.11^ SiSi. 

B.\LTlMO|lF, MD. 

( i( <> I liiijus and EuseU* Ki tailed at W'holesai' 
Pri « s. 



B. F. BECK. 



LEWIS DELAMARTER. 



BECK & DELAMARTER, 

Mannfactarers and Dealers in all Kinds of 

LUMBER, SASH 

Doors, Blinds, &g., &g. 




Also in Glass, Paints, Oils, Putty, Nails, Plasterers* Hair, 
Locks, Hinges and Screws. 

Turning in all its Various Branches, 




SLATE ROOFING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

OflSce, Factory nncl Yard : 

Con. ?m\\m and Walnut fim% E\^l\pM^, Jfd. 



EDWARD HOFFMAN. 
A. P. CONNER, 



ROBT. MAC L. SMITH. 
JOHN L. NIC0DEMU8. 



HOFFMAN, CONNER, SMITH & CO, 

BANKERS 

HAGERTOWN, MD. 



Personal Responsibilities $150,000. 




Discount 



m, Negotiable Paper. 



LOAN on Personal 

Security or Good 

Collateral 

Make Collections 
PROMPTl<Y 

Receive I>eposii8 

Subject to Check. 



WM C. DANZER, President. 



(t. C. SNYDER, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Lumber Dealers, and Manufacturers of 

SASH, DOORS, 




BLINDS, MOULDINGS AND FURNITURE. 

Lumber, Long Timber and Logs in Car Lots a Specialty. 

Telephone Call }Vo. 5«. Office and Factorieisi seo to 40 K. Baltimore St. 

Bllili L.U]fIBER CUT TO ORORR. 



HAGERSTOWN. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF GRAND, UPRIGHT AND SQUARE 

- PIANOS - 

These Instruments, more than fifty years before the public, have by their 
excellence attained an unpurchased pre-eminence, which estab- 
lishes them the " UNEQUALLED " in 

Tone, Touch, Workmanship, and Durabihty. 

WAREROOMS : 

BAIiTIM<»RR. IVKW VORK. 

22 and 24 E. BALTIMORE ST.. No. 112 FIFTH AVENUE, 

Between Charles and St. Paul. Above Sixteenth Street. 

WASHIKGTOX, 

No. 817 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 

HORNER & FARLAND, 




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D. D. Youmans, New York, 

Knox, New York, 

Lincoln, Bennett & Co., London. 

S. E, Corner Baltimore and Calvert Sts, 

BALTIMORE. Md. 



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Saddlery, Harness, Collars 

Trunks, etc. 

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32 W. Baltimore Street, opposite Hanover, 

IBAILTIMOBIE, Md. 

Saddles, 
Bridles, 
Hainess, 
Collars, 
Trunks, 
Valises, 
Whips, 
Blankets 
and 
Robes. 



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When You Want Dry Goods, 

CALL OR WRITE FOR SAMPLES. 



Hamilton Easter & Sons, 

23, 25, 27 E. Baltimore Street, 

White Marble Building:, between Charles and Llgrht Streets, 

ARE LARGE IMPORTERS, JORBERS & RETAILERS 



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Their system of selling every article at a small profit, but of a 
thoroughly reliable quality, has been their ruling principle for the past 
sixty years. Everything at one price to every one, and if Goods are not 
as represented, tlie money returned. Wholesale buyers can purchase any 
length wanted at lowest wholesale piece price. 

Their reputation for honest, fair dealing is second to none in the 
United States, 



THEIR 

LOW, MEDIUM lANDj [HIGH- 
PRICED DRESS GOODS, 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, 

MOURNING GOODS, 

EMBROIDERIES, WHITE 
GOODS, 

VEILINGS, LACES, 

GLOVES. HOSIERY, UNDER 



VELVETS, 



WEAR, 

PLUSHES, 
MINGS, 



TRIM- 



FLANNELS, BLANKETS, COM- 
FORTS, 

LACE CURTAINS, RUGS, MAT- 
TINGS, 



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DEPARTMENTS INCLUDE: 

PRINTS, GINGHAMS, 

CALE8, 

DOMESTIC COTTONS, 

LINENS, 

TOWELS, NAPKINS, DAMASKS, 

HOUSEKEEPING LINENS, 

NOTIONS, CORSETS, 

CLOTHS FOR MEN'S AND BOYS' 
WEAR, 

LADIES' AND MISSES' OLOAK- 
INGS, 

LADIES', MISSES' AND CHIL- 
DREN'S CLOAKS AND 
JACKETS. 



Will send Samples on receipt of fall information in regard to Colors and Qaalitiea de- 
Bired. Manj orders for Samples cannot be filled for want of such directions. 



Bj^XjTIJMOK^E, j^jd. 



MANN & CO., 

PATENT ATTORNEYS 

Xo. 302 E. Baltimore Street, 

(Opp. Hon and American Buildings. ) 

BALTIMORE, ... - mD. 

Patents Obtained Caveats Filed Trade-Marks Secured 

No Charge for Consultation, nor for General Information . 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

^TOVE^, TlpWAI^E, \c. 




ROOFING, 
SPOUTING. 

PLUMBING 

and 4>iAt«-FITTINCi. 

Job Work Done Promptly. 
No. 4 N. Potomac Ht. 

Near Public Square. 

HtGERSTOWH, HD. 



W. L. SLOTHOWER, 

Ladies', Childreu's, Boys', and Youths* 



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29 WEST LEXINGTON STREET. 

Between Charles and Liberty Street. 



BALTIMORE, 



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study your Interest— Visit |MIGHAEL HESS, 

RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE, 

No. 316 |W.| Lexington Street, 
near Eutaw. 

Oar $1.39 Ladies' Fine Batton 

Shoes, worth $2.50. 

$1.75— Men's Lace and Congress 

Shoes— only $1.75. 

Every pair warranted. Largest 

assortment and lower prices than 

any Shoe House in B^timore. 




TELEPHONE CALL 365. 



WEATHER STRIPS. 



C. J. STEWART & SONS, 

Builder'^' Mimn Mz^ and Tool^ 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BANK, STORE AND PRISON LOCKS 



WOLLENSAK'S PATENT TRANSOM LIFTERS, 

BRONZE Hardware a specialty. 
7 S. Liberty Street, BALTIMORE, Md. 



Bell Hangers' & Locksmiths' Supplies. 

IF TOUR KTElii TROUBL.E: lOlJ 

COMB TO 




THE MARYLAND OPTICAL CO., 

and have them examined Free of Charge by Competent and Scientific Opticians. 

All Glasses are guaranteed to give satisfaction. Prescription work and repairing a special- 
ty. Remember the name. 

THE MARlLAND OPTICAL CO., between Liberty street and Park Ave. ' 



ARTHUR W, ROBSON, 

(Formerly Matthew Robson's Son & Co.) 

General Steamship Passenger Agent 

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CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER. 

|^~ DRAFTS on England, Ireland and Scotland, in sums to snit. TICKETS to and 
from Europe, by all lines, at lowest rates. 'JOURS ARRANGED. Estimates given. 

133 East Baltimore Street, corner Calvert, 
BALTIMORK, MD. 



JAMES G. WILSON. 
FREDERICK M. COLSTON, 
WILLIAM B. WILSON. 



WILLIAM WILSON & SONS. Established 1802. 
WILSON, COLSTON & CO., " 1867. 



WILSON, COLSTON & CO, 



(Members of Baltimore, i^tock ExchanseJ 




216 East Baltimore' [Street, 



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Investment Securities a Specialty. 

Exceptional facilities for dealings in all classes of Southern Bonds. 
Quotations and information furnished on application, and correspond- 
ence invited. 







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WARREN & KINDGEN CO, 



19 West Lexington Street, 



Baltimore. Md. 




"Practice is better than theory. 
Experience teaches slowly, and 
at the cost of mistakes." 



True of Typewriters as of other thing^s ! 

Eminently the creation ot Practical Experience 

is the REMINGTON Standard Typewriter of to-day. 



AN ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IS SENT ON APPLICATION. 



WYCKOFF. SEAMANS & BENEDICT. 

15 N. Charles Street. 



LIKES. 6ERWAN6CR & GO, 

MRnnfactnreTB of 

THE BEST 

Baltimore Made 

CLOTHING 

For the Retail Trade. 
10 and 12 EaBt Baltimore Street- 




6 WILSON & GARR « 



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Gentlemen, 
Boys and 

Youths. 

No. 4- and 6 
W««t Baltimore St. 

BALTIMOEE. MD- 



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« WILSON & CARR 4l 




FINE 

SHOES 

won 

Ladies, 

Misses and 
Ciiildrens 



Washingfton Store, 

j, 929 F. St., N. W. 



BREED PDBLISHING CO.'S 

DIRECTORY 



or THE 



Western Maryland Railroad, 

FOR THE YEAR 1892. 

From Baltimore to Williamsport, 

EMBRACING THE FOLLOWING PLACES: 

Hagerstown, Williamsport, Chewsville, Cavetown, Smithsburff, 
Ederemont, Blue Mouiit<ain, Pen Mar, Blue Ridg:e Summit, 
Sabillasville, Deerfield, Mechanicstown, Graceham, 
Loys, Rocky Ridge, Double Pipe Creek, Frederick 
Junction, Middlebur^r, Union Bridge, Linwood, 
New Windsor, Medford, Avondale, Westmins- 
ter, Tannery, Carrollton, Patapsco, Finks- 
burg, Glen Falls, Glen Morris, Emory 
Grove, Glyndon, Reisterstown, St. 
George, Owning*s Mills, Green 
Spring Junction, McDonough, 
Mt. Wilson, Pikesville, How- 
ardsville. Mount Hope and 
Arlington. 

-ALSO, A- 

Patrons' Classified Business Directory 



PRICE $2.00 PER COPY. 



BBEED PUBLISHING CO., Publishers, 

NEWBURGH, N. T. 
Joomal Printing and Book-Bindery, Newborgh, N. Y. 



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WOLF'S 

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This College has a thorough and extensive course of instruction, and 
is not excelled by any institution in this State or in the surrounding 
States. 

In no business college are greater efforts made to have the students 
thoroughly equipped for business. 

Its graduates readily obtain situations. 

The College is suitably located on the principal business street of the 
city. 

Boarding is cheaper than in the larger cities and temptations are few. 

This College has grown steadily and rapidly, and holds a bigh place 
in the estimation of the people at home and abroad. 

Write for catalogue. 



D, ELMER WOLF, Principal, 

Seoond National Bank Bids, HAGERSTOWN, Md, 



W. ROWE, 

Furniture, 

REFRIGERATORS, 

Baby Carriages 




BEDDING, 



HOUSE FURNISHING 

GOODS. 



Hot Air Furnaces, 

RANGES 

and 

COOK STOVES. 

Wood and Iron 



FORCE PUMPS. 



Ht^^Tin Roofing and Spouting a Specialty. 






]Vo. 11 E. Franklin Hitreet, next illarket Hoase, 

HAGERSTOWN, MD. 



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B0ETTIN6ER & WALTER, 



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Eyes with every variety of re " 
fractive errors such as Near 
Sight, Far Sight, Old Sight, 
Double Vision and Cross Eyes 
skillfully treated and satisfaction 
guaranteed, or no charge. 

KXATWimATION FREE. 



WATCHMAKERS & JEWELERS. 

Diamond Work a (iiipecialty. 

No. 205 W. Lexingrtou Street, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



MRS. JULIA BAER, 

FRENCH MILLINERY 




EMPORIUM. 

439 Oay Street, North, 

BALTIMORE, 



MD. 



WM. E. WOOD & CO. 

112 W, Baltimore and 1 U. Literty Sts., 

STEAM HEATING 




Hot i^ip Fui'nacB?, I(ange?, Fii^e-piaee {leatBr? 



a Coal, Wood, Cas and Oil Stoves. 



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B. E. CHILDS. W. B. BRIGGS. 

Rineliart,Cliilds&Briga 



(ESTA^BLISHEI* 1861.) 



Flour and Produce 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



Howard and Franklin] [Streets, - BALTIMORE. 



Special attention giTen to tlie Sale of Dressed 

Hogs. Bntter. l^ggs. Poultry, l<ard. 

Calves, Dried Frnit, <&e. 

Long experience enables us to offer Shippers of Produce unusual 
facilities for handling Consignments promptly, thereby enabling us to 
make quick returns. Call on railroad and express agents for Shipping 
Tags, or write us direct. 



INDEX. 



INDEX TO PLACES. 



Page 

Arlington 261 

Avondale 203 

Blue Mountain 166 

Blue Ridge Summit 167 

Buenavista 166 

Carrollton 243 

Cavetown 154 

Chewsville 151 

Deerfield 170 

Double Pipe Creek 184 

Edgemont . . 162 

Euiorv Grove 248 

Finksburg 245 

Frederick Junction 186 

Glen Falla 246 

Glen Morris 247 

Glyndon 248 

Graceham 181 

Green Spring Junction 257 

Hagerstown 17 

Highfield 165 

Howardville 260 



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Linwood 195 

Leys 182 

McDonough 357 

Mechauicstown 170 

Medford 206 

Middleburg 187 

Mt. Hope 260 

Mt. Wilson 257 

New Windsor 197 

Owings Mills 254 

Patapsco 244 

Pen-Mar 164 

Pikesville 258 

Reisterstown 252 

Rocky Ridge 183 

Sabillasville 168 

Smithsburg 157 

St. George 254 

Tannery 243 

Union Bridge 188 

Westminster 207 

Williamsport 138 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Anders George C 198 

Armstrong & Co 19 

Babylon & Gilbert 208 

Baer Miss Julia 15 

Baker Norman E 21 

Beachley W. E 24 

Beatty Daniel F. left bot. lines 

Beck & Delamarter 2 

Bell L. J 157 

Betts B. A 152 

Biershing J. W 26 

Bitner Agency (The) 27 

Bixler George A 210 

Black E. E 171 

Bloom A. W 198 

Boettinger & Walter 15 

Boyle Joseph B 211 

Brooks Joseph D 212 

Buchanan & Rohrer 32 

Byers M. L. & Co 33 

City Cafe Hagerstown, Md 93 

City Hotel 223 

Claybaugh & Roberts 313 

Cook J. W. & Bro 37 

Danzer Lumber Co 3 

Davis Charles J 140 

Day O. F. Son & Co 5 

Dayhoflf J. C. &Co., right bot- 
tom lines and 40 

Derr D. C 195 

Derr Theodore & Son 214 

Devilbiss F. J 199 

Dielman's Hotel 200 



Doub Daniel W 43 

Downin & Snyder 43 

Downs CD 141 

Ebeyl. W. &Son 45 

Eavey Dr. H. R 44 

Embrey & Gruber 141 

Eshleman J. S 46 

Everly Joseph & Son 47 

Fahrney Drs. D. & Son 47 

Feast Samuel & Sons, left top 

lines and front cover 

Fiery E. C 49 

Fink Charles E 281 

First Nat. Bank, Hagerstown, 

Md 50 

First Nat. Bank, New Windsor 201 

Foltz & Feldman 51 

Foltz H. C 50 

Flynn J. N 14 

Franklin House 51 

Frizzell Robert E 217 

Furney & Morningstar 190 

Geiselman J. & Son 218 

Gernand Bros 173 

GoddardS. C 143 

Goodwin Thomas F 249 

Grammer H. B 218 

Greenbaum Harry H 56 

Grimes E.O 219 

Grove Bros 57 

Hagerstown Bank 58 

Hagerstown Daily and Weekly 

Mail(The) 59 



INDEX. 



Hagerstown Furniture Co 58 

Hagerstown Ice Co 60 

Hagerstown Seminary 60 

Hagerstown Steam Granite and 

Marble Works opp 17 

Hamilton, Easter & Sons 6 

Haughey W. T 250 

Hawken James E 143 

Heard Albert. . .left side lines & 7 

Heard F. A 64 

Helm Dr. J. W 302 

Henshaw W. R 174 

Herald and Torchlight 66 

Hess Michael 8 

Hesson Charles 221 

HildebrandA. C 159 

HockmanS. M 67 

Hoffman, Connor, Smith & Co. 3 

Horner & Farland 4 

Hotel Hamilton, Hagerstown. . 70 

Huber A. H 222 

Hyslopfe Hunter 71 

Jones Dr. D. W 73 

Kann S. Sons & Co 223 

Kealhofer Wm 74 

Keedy J. Marbourg. 74 

Keedy & Lane 75 

Keedy M. L 74 

Keener A. S 75 

KieferDr. C R 6 

Knabe Wm. & Co 74 

Kohler Milton 78 

Letherman & Kefauver i75 

Leffert John 224 

Likes, Berwanger & Co. . .right 

side lines and page 10 

Loy Wm. H 145 

McCardell Bros 83 

McKee Bros 85 

McKellip Col. Wm. A 226 

MaisackWm. H 86 

Mann & Co 7 

Maryland Advocate 251 

Maryland Optical Co 8 

Middlekauf L. & D. N 89 

MiddlekaufO. V 90 

Miller House 175 

Mish Frank W 92 

Montour House 228 

Myers H. H 165 

Myers J. W 96 

Myers S. Gr 263 

ISeill Alexander 95 

Norfolk & Western R. R. Co. . . . 97 
North End Real Estate Agency 176 

Ordway A. M 98 

Penu George W 251 

Penn James H 251 

Phreaner B. W. T 100 

Pittinger Dr. M. A 177 

Pryor & Schindel 101 

Rigney Charles E 104 

Rinehart, Childs & Briggs 16 

Roberta Charles B 230 

Robson A. W 9 



Roessner Jacob 105 

Rohrer J. H. & Co 160 

Root John 177 

Root John & Sons 178 

Rowe W 13 

Sam's Cafe. Hagerstown, Md... 107 

SchamelWm. H 108 

Schlotterbeck Wm 109 

Shade Dr. Nevin B Ill 

Sharrer Bros 233 

ShothowerW. L... 7 

ShunkJ. W 233 

Singer Mfg. Co. (The) 113 

Smith C. W 204 

Smith Joseph W 234 

Snively Dr. Samuel K 149 

SoudersD. N 161 

Spielman S. C 117 

StaufferDr. A. P 118" 

Stewart C. J. & Sons 8 

Stitely J. Q. & Son 235 

Stocksdale Geo. L 236 

Stockdale Geo. W 178 

Stonebraker J. W. & Son 119 

Stonebraker & Mason 201 

Stouffer & Darner. . . .See opp 17 

Stover Harry E 121 

Strasburger A. C 236 

Stull John A 179 

SuterS. A 132 

The Catoctin Clarion 176 

The Baldwin, Hagerstown, Md. 32 

Thomas William H 287 

Thomson J , 238 

TraubJ. &Bro 194 

Turner J. D 125 

Ullrich Mrs. C 126 

Union Bridge Hotel 193 

United States Express Co 127 

Walts C. C. & Co 128 

Walzl Richard, front cover 

Wanipler J. T 239 

Wareham J. S 129 

Warren & Kindgen Co 9 

West End Wheel Material Co. . 131 
Western Maryland Railroad, back 
cover 

Williamsport Leader 150 

Williamsport Transcript 147 

Wills J. H 132 

Wilson & (Jarr 10 

Wilson, Colston & Co 9 

Windsor H ouse 205 

Winter G. L 133 

Wishard House 161 

Wishard Dr. S. J 134 

Wolf D. Elmer, front cover and 12 

Wolfe R. Stanley 135 

Wood William 195 

Wood William E. & Co 15 

Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, 

right top lines and 10 

ZeiglerG. A. & F. A 187 

Zepp Joseph D 242 

Zimmerman Frank 180 



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PULLMAN SLEEPING and DUA.WING ROOM CARS ON DAY AND NKiHT TRAINS for Middle- 
town, Ellenville, Liberty, Hancock, Soranton, Carbondale, Walton, Norwich, Utica. 
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DICKSON & EDDY. 
General Sales Agents, Lackawanna Valley Coal, tHj 

No. 29 Broadway, - - New Yohk. 



J. E. CHILDS, 

General Manasrer. 



J. C. ANDERSON, 
General Freight and Passenger Agent. 



66 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. 



ESTABLISHED 1869. 



HAGERSTOWN 

Steam Granite & Mar ble Works 

stouffI&darner, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



(Ji'aiiile ^i MBi^ble l/jonuniBnl? 

SARCOPHAGUS, HEADSTONES, TOMBS. STATDES, 



Urns, Vases, etc., of every description, from Quincy, Borre, 

Concord, Westerly, Clark's Island, Oak Hill, Uood stock 

and all the Principal Kastern Granites ; also, 

Bed Scotch Granite. Buslic Work 

in Bedford Marble a 

Specialty, 

Particular Attention Given to Lettering 

in all its forms. 

ORICillVAIi n£ISIC;X!ii FrR9iI»)HRD OX AV- 
PLiICATlOUT. 

ALSO: 

SLATE MANTELS 

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in Marble, Granite and Sandstone, Ceme- 
tery Coping, etc. 

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Western Maryland Railroad 

FROM 

WILLIAMSPORT TO BALTIMORE. 

1892. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. W 

Ab., above; adv., advertisement; av., avenue ; bet., between; bey. 

beyond; com., commission; com. mer., commission merchant; cor., corner; 9'^ 

do., ditto; E., east; emp., employed; ft., foot; h., house; la., lane; mfg., gg. 

manufacturing; mfr., manufacturer; mfrs., manufacturers; N., north; nr., ^ S" 

near; lab., l.iborer; opp., opposite; pi, place ; P. O., Post Office; r., rear; ^-" 

S, South; St.,strpet; B. & O. R. R., Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ; W. O^-' 
M. R. R., Western Maryland Railroad ; W., west; wid., widow; wks, 
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HAGERSTOWN. 

WASHINGTON CO., MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
distant 87 miles from Baltimore and six miles from Williams- 
port. The city of Hagerstown contains a population of about 
12,000 inhabitants and is the seat of government for Washiug- 
toQ County. It contains many tine hotels and business houses, C^ 
and flourishing manufacturing establishments, and is surrounded 
by one of the finest agricultural sections anywhere to be found. 
Railroad connection is made at this station with the Cumberland 
Valley Railroad, the Norfolk & Western Railroad, and the Wash- ^ 
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J. G. DAYHOFF & CO. 



Manufacturers & dealers in Sash, 

Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of 
every description. 
Near the Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERSTOWN, MD. 



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2 SAMl FEAST & SONS, Florists, 



228 North Charles St. 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



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-4" 18 HAGERSTOWN DIRECTORY. 

S AcLims Misses Bessie and Sarah, b '244 S. Potomac 

Q Adams Cathfiriue A. wid Amos, h .32 N. Locust 

•4^ Adum?". Curtis P. plumber, b 348 W. Primkbn [ton 

CQ AdaiiiK Kx press Uo, Frederick W. Stover,agt,44 W.WashiDg- 

^ Adams Jobu (R. A. Knitting Co.) b Cannon av c W. Washington 

^ Adams John, knitter, b 22 Cannon av 

A<Iaiii«4 Joliii U. (Adams & Blake), b 244 S. Potomoc 
Adams B. E. L. commercial agent, b Hotel Hamilton 

fjL\ Adams L6\vis, b 119 W. Bethel 

Adams Mrs. Peter J. wid, h 179 S. Jonathan 

^ Adelsbauger A. P. carpenter, b Valley Hotel 

g Ader Hezekiah, steam fitter, b 333 N. Mulberry 

i- Adison Henry, b 425 W. Autietam 

^ Ainsworth Charles, mechanic, h 22 S. Mulberry 

^'2 Ainsworth Mrs. Mary, wid of Henry, b 231 S. JPotomnc 

<g Albaugb William H.sec.cttreas.Hess Mfg.Co.b 230 E. Washington 

^2 Albert Abram E. (U. S. Ganger), b 223 S. Potomac 

S^ Albert Andrew J. K. news agt, b 24 Frederick 

^ . Albert Mrs. C. wid, b 241 S. Potomac 

'S^ Albert Mrs. Catharine L. wid, b 227 S. Potomac 

^^ Albert Charles R. butcher, h 211 W. Franklin 

w Albert Eyler, tlieman. h 125 E. Bethel 

g Albert Frederick N. butcher, b 211 W. Franklin 

■< Albert Miss Florence Y. teacher, b 227 S. Potomac 

Albert George W. meat market, 209 ^. Franklin, b 211 do 

i Albert Jacob, b 118 W. Franklin 

> Albert Jacob M. (Jacob M. Albert & Bro.) b 118 W. Franklin 

H Albert Jacob P. butcher, b Highland av 

'^ Albert J. M. k Bro. meat market, 10(5 W. Franklin 

•Z Albeit James A. (Jacob M. Albert & Bro.) b 118 W. Franklin 

-^ Albert James B. saloon, 204 High, h 227 S. Potomac 

Q Albeit John H. agt. Singer Sewing Machine, b 241 S. Potomac 

^ Albert Miss Mary E. b 151 N. Jonathan 

ry Albert Moses K. (Jacob M. Albert & Bro.) b 118 Franklin 

"T^ Albert Robert F. butcher, b Highland av 

P^ Albert ^Villiam F. F. cigar maker, h 24 Frederick 

5^ Albert William H. meat market, 14 S. Potomac, b 24 Frederick 

jT^ Albrigbt David T. emp table f ictory, b 7(5 Madison av 

p^ Alexander Charles W. biicklayer, b 311 High 

h[1 Alexander Mrs. Elizabeth, wid William, b 15 N. Mulberry 

Alexander George M. bricklayer, b 20 S. Potomac 

r I Alexander Miss Kate, b 343 W. Washington 

^J Alexander Lewis, driver, b Mary Ann 

P^ Alexander Mrs. Mary, wid, b Salem av c Alexander 

ryi AUdiedic Mrs. Addie, b 125 Prospect 
Uy? Allen John A. bead waiter, Franklin House, b 82 Church 



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Allen Mrs. Thorans G. wid, h 126 North ^ 

AllLson Harry K. h 322 W. Washington 

Allison Miss Lucy, h 322 W. Vy'ashinston CD 

Allison Dr. Marcus W. phvsiciMn, H22 W. Wnshington M 

Allison Marcus v^. jr. cleik, h 322 W. Washington 

Allison Rebecca, b N. Mulberry nr Broadway 

Alotoiio,y Ajida'cw K. asst. cashier, 1st Nat. Bank, h 213 W 

AVashiugton 

AlFey Hon. Itieliard H. chief judge Court of Appeals, h J^ 

135 Prospect |^ 

Ambrose George L. railroad hand, h Salem av nr limits ^ 

American House, .7. S. Decker propr, W. Franklin c Walnut ^*\ 

Amey Charles A. J. cigar mfr., 20 \V. Washington, h 119 do T^ 

Anderson Charles L. G. surgeon U. S. A. h 141 Prospect KJ 

Anderson Mrs. Geo. W. wid, h 141 Prospect W 
Anderson Harry, lab, h 48 E. Church 
Anderson James, h 433 W. Antietam 
Andrew Mrs. Catharine, h E. Franklin bey Jackson al 
Ankeney A. Albnrlis, cigar packer, 433 W. Washington 
Ankeney John C. h 433 W. Washington 

Ankeney Lewis C. (Hammond k Ankeney), h The Frank'n House Q 

Antietam Paper Co. J. W. Stonebraker, W. Washington J 
Appleman Mrs. Annie R. h IdS N. Jonathan 
Aidinger James H. painter, h Lee 

Arley \Vm. agent and fruit grower, h S3 S. Walnut ^ 

Arms John, h 123 W^ Church r-t 

Arms John, hostler, h E. Church -^ 
Armstrong Alexander (Armstrong k Scott), h 147 Prospect 

Armstrong & Scott, lawyers, UN. Jonathan 

Ai*in<>itB*an|; Win. II. (Armstrong & Co.) h Cedar Lawn cD 

Ariu.ojif roiBgf «fc Co. real estate and insurance, 105 W. Wash- '>— ^ 

iugton. (See adv) — 

Arnold Mrs. Amanda, wid Edgar F. dressmaker, h 42 S. Potomac 2- 

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Near B. & O. "Depot, Haererstown, 

Md. i't\ M KKK. Healerin all grades 

and kinds of Lumber, Lath 

and Shingles. Write for Prices. 



Novelties in Roses and Choice Got Flowers, 

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H c: Artz Miss Bettie, h 34 N. Potomac 
^^ Artz Cornelius, h 34 N. Potomac 
5J ^ Artz David W. h 103 N. Potomac 
S*^ Artz Miss Jennie, li 34 N. Potomac 
H Artz John C. confectioner, 36 N. Potomac, h 34 do 
2 Artz Margaret C. wid Samuel, h 103 N. Potomac 

Artz Miss Maggie, h 34 N. Potomac 
^ Artz Walter, 103 N. Potomac, h do 

Ash Franklin, organ maker, h 137 E. Antietam 

Ash Geo. farmer, h E. Hagerstown 

Ash Wm. C. vet. surgeon, h 230 Potomac av 
•^ Atkinson Miss Emma, h 36 S. Locust 
^ Atlee Mrs. S. J. wid. h 328 W. Washington 

^ Aughinbaugh David C. druggist, also mgr. Western Union Tel. 
Co. 52 W. Washington, h 54 do 

Aughinbaugh W^ C. (D. C. Aughinbaugh & Son), h 54 West 
■^O Washington 

§ Baechtel Charles E. mgr. J. W. Stonebraker k Son, h 203 

S. Potomac 
(L» Baechtel Charles W. yard master, C. V. R. R. h Jackson av 

Buechtel Harry, gardener, h Cannon av nr E. Antietam 
C Baechtel Samuel E. emp C. V. R. R. h Jackson av 
p Bagent Mrs. Anna, wid, h 106 Madison av 
fL, Bagent Jacob H. carpenter, h 106 Madison av 

Bailey Edward A. clerk, h 9 Cannon av 
2^ Bailey Miss Kate G. bookkeeper, h 9 Cannon av 
^ ^ Bailey Mrs. Mary S. wid, h 9 Cannon av 
S I- Bailey Miss Lelo, teacher, h 9 Cannon av 
§<3 Bair Isaac, carriage maker, h 234 S. Potomac 
g^ Baker Albert E. clerk. Mechanics Loan and Savings Institute, h 
^ 42 Broadway 

•^ Baker Canode, tobacconist, h 181 S. Jonathan 

r> Baker Charles C. mgr. for Mrs. L-ene Stevens, h 105 E. Franklin 
f\ Baker Charles H. cigar maker, h 193 Jefferson 
^ Baker Clinton, mechanic, h 436 N. Jonathan 
^ Baker Daniel B. boilermaker, h Mulberry cor Broadway 
f^ Baker Miss Effie, h 12 E. North 

Baker Frederick A. h 12 E. North 

Baker Frederick D. machinist, h 193 Jefferson 
PQ Baker Miss Isabella, h E. Bethel c N. Locust 

Baker Miss Jeannette A. teacher, h 57 E. Washington 

H Baker John C. night clerk Hotel Hamilton, h N. Mulberry nr 
Broadway 
P^ Baker John H. 42 Broadway [Jonathan 

Baker John K. tobacconist, 57 W. Washington, h 181 S. 
Baker Josiah, h 57 W. Washington 






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NORMAN E. BAKER, W 

Dealer in [^j 

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and FURNISHING GOODS § 

^o. 505 West AVashington t^treet. ^^ 

HAGERSTOWN, - ' - Maryland. {> 

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Baker Mrs. Maria A. wid, h N. Locust, c E. Bethel 

Baker Martin, lab, h 254 S. Potomac 

Baker IVorniaai JE. dry nnd fancy goods, 605 W. Washington, 

h do. (See ndv) 
Baker Miss Ora, h 12 E. North 

Baker Samuel D. cabinet m iker, h W. Washington, bey limits C^ 

Baker Mrs. Samuel J. wid, h 507 W. Washington O 

Baker Solomon, gen. manager Hagerstown Furniture Co., h • 

531 W. Washington 

Baker Miss Vernie, h 12 E. North 00 

Baker William, trackman, h 22i> N. Locust FH 

Baker William H. trackman, h 51 E. North [adv) C/D 

Baldwin (.The), J. E. Thomas, prop. W. Washington. (See — I 
Ball Wendall P. cutter, h 2 Cannon av 

Bamford Pobert C. h 115. W. Franklin p 

Banff Charles W. mang'r restaurant, 35 N. Potomac ^-^ 

Bangs Robert II. clerk, Adams Express Co., h Foundry, nr W. .• 

Franklin — i- 

Bankard Jacob H. clerk, h Elizabeth, c Washington — 

Bankard William H. grocer, 517 W. Washington, h do Z 

Bankes John A. emp Standard Oil Co., h 33 S. Walnut C^ 
Barber Allen P. painter, h 117 E. Washington 
Barber Lorenzo, canvasser, h 25 E. Bethel [ington 

Barber mattliew S. pres. Hagerstown Bank, h 109 W. Wash- o 

Barber Thomas H. painter, h Jackson la nr Jefferson p 

Bard James, mason, h 519 N. Jonathan ^ 

Barkdoll Jacob W. insurance, h 60 W. Washington w 

BarkdoU Miss Lillian, teacher, h 60 W. Washington ^ 

Barlup Jacob, h N. Mulberry ^ 

Barnes George W., bridge builder, h 125 S. Locust w 

Barnes Daniel, lab, h 325 N. Jonathan 5; 

Barnes Lewis H. carpenter, h 39 E. Baltimore | 



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Barnett B. Lee (Barnett & Byrrs), b 40 E. Washington J* 

Barnett Sc Byeis, grocers, 28 E. Washington 

Barnett Isaac, lab, h Jail Alley gfl 

Barnett Walter P. horse dealer, h 40 E. Washington M 

Barnett Washington, h 40 E. Washington 

Baruhart A. B. h 62 E. W\ashington 

Barnhait Abner (Barnhart & Bayer), h 40 E. Franklin 

Baruhart Jacob, blacksmith, h 1^6 N. Jonathan 

Barnhart & Bayer, dry goods and gtoceiies, 47 N. Potomac Kw 

Barnhart Charles, clerk, h City Hotel bldg J^ 

Barnhart Jacob B. turnkey at jail, h 136 N. Jonathan 2J 

Barnum Callie, h 148 W. "Bethel Q 

Barr Miss Amanda E. teacher, h 308 S. Locust H. 

Barr Miss Carrie, stenographer Wolf's Business College, h 308 H 

S. Locust 
Barr Clarence, painter, h 110 E. Baltimore 
Barr Clinton A. lab, h 22 Charles 
Barr Frank M. painter, h 23 North 

Barr Miss Ida, clerk, h Charles ^^ 

Barr INliss Lizzie, h 308 S. Locust vJ 

Barr Miss Lvdia, li 345 Potomac av \^ 

Barr Oliver P. shipper, table works, .h Summer j 
Barr William T. H. ticket agent, B. & O. R. R. li 202 Prospect 

Barren Eobert, cigar maker, h 37 E. Autietam P^ 

Barrick F. S. mgr Maryland Beneficial Ass'n, h Central House JE1« 
Barron James A. transferman, Mulberry c Washington, h 14 S. ju" 



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Barrow Thomas, h 54 E. Franklin «i> 

Barton James M. salesman, h 214 N. Potomac ^-^ 

Babford John H. tinner, h 309 N. Mulberry ^ 

Basford John R. table maker, h 309 N. Mulberry c^ 

Bassett George M. tinner, h 22 W^inter ^ 

Basman Henrj', mechanic, h 401 S. Potomac k^ 

Basman John, mechanic, h 401 S. Potomac S^ 

Basman Mrs. Mary, wid, h 401 S. Potomac i__» 

Basman Walter, brtizier, h 401 S. Potomac O 

Battle Michael, car inspector, h 'z28 S. Potomac ©3 

Battle Michael, jr. h 16 John [Washington "^ 

Bateman Rev. S. C. pastor St. Mark's Lutheran church, h 32 
Bauer Fred W. plumber, h 132 Jefferson 
Baughman David W. buyer, h iiO George 
Baumbach Mrs. Margaret, wid of Charles F. h 37 Foundry 
Bausman Jacob B. insurance solicitor and farmer, h Cavetown 
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Bayer T. Frank (Baruhart ct Bayer), h 29 E. North g 



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g I Banff C. W. clerk, American House, h 35 W. Potomac 

.^ Beachley Charles, clerk, h 103 W. Franklin 
"^ Beachlev Ezra E. mattress maker, 126 E. Washington, h do 
^ Beach ley Marry K. (J. H. Beachley & Co.), h 128 West 

bJ3 Washiu^ton 

^G Beachley J. H. & Co. dry goods, carpets, merchant tailors 

*^ and grocers, Public Square. (See adv) [Washington 

|£ Beachley J. Hanson. (J. H. Beachley & Co.), h 128 W. 
•^ Beachley Luther E. emp. spoke works, h 34 E. Bethel 

^ Beachley Miss Olie, clerk, h 126 E. Washington 
rh Beachley Br. Win. K. dentist, office 30^ N. Potomac, h 128 
W. Washington. (See adv) 

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Beale Mrs. Rebecca, wid, h 220 Prospect 
.b Beale William A. pumper water station, h 70 Madison av 
<I Bean Miss Catherine, h 233 N. Mulberry 

^ Beaner Adam D. lab, h 30 W. Baltimore 

O Beard Carl, h 546 Potomac av 
E Beard Charles N. sec. Y. M. C. A. h Franklin House 

^ Beard Brothers, W. P and J. O. dry goods, Public Square, c S. 
^\ Potomac 

^^ Beard John O. (Beard Bros, also grocer), S. Antietam, c S. 
PC4 Locust, h do 

^ Beard Leslie C. reporter Globe, h 24 N. Potomac 
J^ Beard Silas W. L. grocer, 226 Potomac av, h 546 do 
pH Beard William P. (Beard Bros.), h Franklin House 
[yj Beatty John W. driver, h 482 Antietam 
'^ Beck Benjamin F. (Beck & Delamarter), h 218 W. Franklin 

HBeck Charles H. lumber shipper, h 218 W. Franklin 
- Beck Misses Cora and Mollie, h 58 E. Washington 
C^ Beck Harry O. retoucher, h 218 W. Franklin 
fVJ Beck John F. h 342 W. Frankhn 
H Beck Howard E. tailor, h 207 E. Franklin 

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Beck Miss Joanna C. milliner, h 323 W. Franklin nr Foundry k^j 

Beck Jacob E. emp sash shop, h 218 W. Washiogton ^^ 

Beck Miss Lillie, h 131 N. Potomac 
Beck Lydia A. h 323 W. Franklin nr Foundry 
Beck Malinda S. h 3'23 Franklin nr Foundry 
Beck Rudolph, conductor, h 111 Salem av ^ 

Beck William, carpenter, h 58 E. Washington f;j 

Beck «& Delaiuurter (B. F. Beck and Lewis Delamarter), (|Q 
lumber, sash, doors, blinds, etc., 202 W. Franklin. (See 
inside front cover) *^ 

Beckenbaugh John K. h 405 Potomac av 
Beckenbaugh Mrs. Nannie C. wid, h 405 Potomac av 
Beeler House, Theodore C. Beeler, propr. 35 to 39 8. Walnut 
Beeler Otho M. salesman, h 131 E. Antietam 
Beeler Samuel E. Beeler House O 

Beeler Theodore C. prop. Beeler House, W^alnut c Antietam, h d "* 
Bell Edwin, h 212 Potomac av 
Bell Emerich 0. photographer, 26 W. Washington, h 350 South 

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Bell Henry, trav. salesman, h 109 Prospect CD 

Bell Miss Lena, teacher, h 119 W. Washington ^ 



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Bell Miss Louisa, h 215 W. Washington 

Bell Wm. lab, h Mill O 

Bell Wm. lab, h 442 N. Jonathan O 

Bellman Oscar, steam titter, h 216 S. Jonathan ^^ 

Bemerstopple Harry, emp telephone office, h 54 E. Franklin CJ 

Bemisdarfer J. H. telephone operator, h 22 S. Jonathan tT* 

Benchoff J. M. operator, h 348 W. Frankhu ^ 

Benchoff Thomas, engineer, Hotel Hamilton, h do Hy« 

Benchoflf Robert W. clerk, h 228 Potomac av M* 

Bender Byron B. conductor, h 206 N. Mulberry CD 
Bender John, h 302 Potomac av [av ^ 
Bender Joseph, merchaut tailor, 27 N. Potomac, h 302 Potomac s^ 
Bender Miss Kate, music teacher, h 3b2 Potomac av 

Bennett Amos D. h 66 W. Washiugtou o 

Bennett Frank, telegrapher, h 66 W. Washington ^ 

Benner John E. chief of police, h 119 E. Church ^ 

Benner Samuel S. tailor, h 119 E. Church ^ 

Bently John, lab, h r 51 E. Church ^ 
BentzRev. J. W. pastor Evaugelical church, h 341 W. Franklin ^ 

Bentz Harry, clerk, h 54 E. Franklin j^ 

Bentz Miss Malinda, h 132 S. Potomac h 

Bentz Miss Matilda, h 132 S. Potomac § 

Bentz Victor, clerk, h 54 E. Franklin § 

Bentz Victor B. clerk, h Cannon av ^ 



Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, :. 

Md. JLUMBKK. Lath, Lime. Cement, W 

Sash, Boors, Blinds, Mouldings, H 
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^^ Berfjer Fred G. carpenter, li 31 E. Baltimore 

Berkhart George F. clerk, Court House, li 126 N. Potomac ' 
^ Berry Mrs. Harriet, wid Milton A., h 147 N. Potomac 
Berry Wildred L. hostler, h 21 W. Church 
g Besecker Miss Ella, h 216 E. Wnshinston 
-gg Best Geo. tinsmith, h W. Bethel 
< Bester Mrs. Elizabeth, wid Wm. h 101 E. Baltimore 
Bester Harry E. collector, h 205 S. Potomac 
Bester Henry A. florist, 34 E. Baltimore, h 36 do 
Bester Wm. florist, also ice, 205 S. Potomac, h do 
Betts John H. teamster, h 41 E. Bethel 
Betts Wm. finisher, h 444 W. Church 
Bickle Wm. I. emp The Baldwin, h do 
Biershing Charles E. trav. salesman, h 137 E. Baltimore 
^ Biershing Charles E. harnessmaker, 30 E. Washington, h 6 S. 
»^7 Mulberry 

»^ Biershing Geo F. T. clerk, 56 W. Wash'n, h 135 E. Baltimore 
^ Bicrsliing John W. job printer, 18 S. Potomac, h 130 E. 
•^ Antietam. (See adv) 

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I ^ Biershing Mary, wid Wm. h 132 E. Bethel 

^3 Biershiug Miss Piachel, h 48 S. Potomac 

« o Biershing Kichard E. cigar maker, h 40 IMadison av 

^"^ Biershing Wm. E. butciier, h 132 E. Bethel 

e, Biershing Sarah A. wid Geo. W. h 137 E. Baltimore 

•^ Biershiug Zachariah, driver, h 132 E. Bethel 

^ ISig:gM Cliarlt'S O. chief editor The Herald and Torch Light, 

C^ h Baldwin House 

O Bikle Christian F. machinist, h 150 S. Locust 

W Bikle Frank S. woodworker, h 46 E. Baltimore 

^^ Bikle John L. bookkeeper, Hagerstown Bank, h 21 W. Wash'n 

+3 Bikle Miss Lulu, h 150 S. Locust 

^ Billmer Mrs. Susan A. Avid Geo. h 411 N. Jonathan 

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BiDghnm Miss Mollie, h 119 W. Washington ^ 

Bird Hcarry, lab, li r North q 

Bird Mrs. Matilda R. wid, h 211 Foundry 1^ 

Bird Wm. lab, h r North ^ 

Bird Wra. F. emp spoke works, h 211 Foundry "H 

Bitiii'i* Affoiioy, insurance and real ebtate, 2 Court Place. ^ 

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THE BITUEH AGEITCY, ^ 

Real Estate and Insurance ^ 

COLLECTIONS AND RENTS, 

Justice of the Peace. h| 

2 Conrt Pluee, IIAGEllSTOWM, M». po 

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Bituer Au<?ustus, h 423 W. Church i>-2j 
Bitoer J. Irving', justice of the peace, also Bituer Agency, '^ 

2 Couit pi, h 1U4 S. Potomac |,„_k 

Bitner Johu H. painter, h 237 b. Potomac ^^ 
Bitner Elizabeth, wid of Joseph, h Jackson la nr Franklin 

Bittin^r Mrs. Eva, h 54 W. Franklin p 

Bittorf Geo. baker, h 121 E. Washiugton K 

Bixler Wm. H. boots & shoes, 2 N. Potomac, h 118 S. Mulberry o, 
Black Miss Annie, emp laundry, h 514 N. Jonathan 

Black Miss Mary E. h 514 N. Jonathan |-a 

Black Wm. Lib, h 544 N. Jonathan ^ 
Blake John H. (Adams & Blake), h 101 S. Jonathan 

ISIeiv ISariiet T. (blew & Lucas), h 312 Potomac av ^ 

Blew & Liiieas (Barnet T. Blew and Alfred W. Lucas), drug- m 

gists, 29 N. Potomac (/) 

Bloom Albert M. printer, h 148 N. Jonathan €+ 

Bloom Edward 8. teamster, 227 N. Jonathan ^^ 

Bloom Frederick, shoemaker, h 148 N. Jonathan Qj 

Bloom George D. grocer, 14(3 N. Jonathan, h do gD 

Bloom Hairy G. livery, 26 E. Anliet im, h do H-j 

Bloom Jesse, carpenter, h 152 N. Potomac P. 

Bloom Samuel M. (8. M. Bloom & Co. also pres. First National M 

Bank;, h 345 Potomac av P 

Bloom S. Jfl. <& Co. (S. M. Bloom, G. P. Lambert), wholesale O 

grocers, dry goods and notions, 110, 112, 114 and 110 N. ^ 

Potomac 

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S^ Bloom William, butcher, h 152 N. Jonathan 

H§ Bloominour Christian, cooper, h 107 E. Autietam 

g;^ Bloominour George M. emp B. & O. E. K, h 124 W. Antietam 

• ^ Blue James, waiter, Hotel Hamilton 

^ Bly William S. sawyer, h 7 Norway av 

^^ Boby Mrs. Kate, h 22 John 

^-^ Boby Martin, cab driver, h 22 John 

■2-S Bollinger John C. clerk, h 40 E. Antietam 

:^| Bohn Mrs. Catherine, wicl, h 126 E. Bethel 

^ « Bollinger H. L. prop. Hoover House, N. Potomac c E. Franklin 

<D -^ Bomberger Henry, cabinetmaker, h 128 E. Bethel 

^•" Bomberger Lillie I. h 430 Potomac av 

-T* Bomberger Mary S. h 430 Potomac av 

^ Bomberger Walter S. h 430 Potomac av 



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^ Bond George F. lab, h 128 E. Franklin 

^ Boner David J. papermaker, h Fair Ground av opp Mulberry 

Bonner Irving, clerk, h S. Jonathan 

Bonner John, weaver, h 433 Jonathan 
^ Bonner Samuel, repairsman, h S. Jonathan bel Baltimore 
t^ Bonner William F. section foreman, h 433 Jonathan 
O Boring J. William, h 123 High 

OBorn Albert, emp livery, h 414 N. Jonathan 
Born Calvin, emp livery, h 414 N.Jonathan 
Born Charles, emp livery, h 414 N. Jonathan 

a Born George, hostler, h 13 N. Jonathan 
Born Samuel E. brakeman, h 6 Norway av 
O Born William, hostler, h 239 N. Jonathan 
^ Boryer Christopher G. tailor, h 48 E. Washington 
Boryer Harry F. carpenter, h 48 E. Washington 
k^ Boryer William G. bookkeeper, h 48 E. Washington 
1^ Boward Alburtis, brickmaker, h 247 S. Locust 

Boward Alfred W. emp table works, h 20 Foundry 
S Boward Charles, lab, h N. Locust 
■g S Boward Charles, brakeman, h 525 N. Jonathan 
S)^ Boward Charles E. h 534 N. Jonathan 
"^ Boward Charles W. plumber, h 35 S. Locust 

Z ' Boward Conrad, carpet weaver, h 208 E. Franklin 
^3 Boward Daniel, weaver, h Jackson la 
^ Boward David, sawyer, h 301 Salem av 
^ Boward Emanuel, brickmaker, h S. end Elizabeth 
j2 Boward Frank, lab, h 301 Salem av 
y^ Boward George, mechanic, 301 Salem ar 

Boward G. Henry, conductor, h Jackson av 
■4^ Boward Harry M. shoemaker, 426 N. Jonathan, h do 
^ Boward Harry Mac, shoemaker, h 422 N. Jonathan 



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Bowarcl Harvey M. bricklayer, b 410 N. Jonatban hpj 

Buwtird James W. mason, b N. Jonatban ab Cbarles ^ 

Boward Jane, wid Jacob, b 116 W. Betbel 1.^ 

Boward Jobn F. mason, b 39 North ^ 

Boward Jobn W. muson, b 441 N. Jonatban ^ 

Boward Joseph, court crier, b 247 S. Locust g 

Boward Mrs. Kate V. b Braxton av M 
Boward Mrs. Laura, wid Denton, b Jackson la, nr E. Franklin OQ 

Boward Lewis L. tinner, b 247 S. Locust CD 

Boward Micbael, mason, b 449 N. Jouathan ** 
Boward Norman, winder, b 534 N. Jon:itban 
Boward Mrs. Surah, wid, b 426 N. Jonntban 

Boward Walter, lime burner, b 20 Charles ^ 



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Boward William H. painter, b 247 W. Franklin 

Boward W^illiam L. mason, b 111 Jefferson 

Boward WilHam F. b 428 N. Jonatban 

Boward Wilbam N. cigar maker, b N. Mulberry nr Fair Grounds o 

Boward William P. lab, b 116 W. Betbel ^o 

Boward William W. engineer, b 249 W. Franklin ^ ^ 

Boweu Cbarles W. car inspector, b 122 N. Walnut 

Bower David, lab, b Jefferson bey Cb^rter 

Bower Elias F. driver, b 23 North ^i 

Bower Elizabetb, dressmaker, b 24 N. Mulberry c 

Bower Fred'k W. plumber, b 132 Jefferson 

Bower Geo. E. steam fitter, b 132 Jefferson ^ 

Bower Helena, wid Andrew, b 132 Jefferson ^ 

Bower Jobn G. (Bower & Miller), b 410 W. Wasbington gO 

Bower Jobn H. bay packer, b 118 W. .Antietiim M 

Bower Miss Laura Y. b 132 Jefferson 

Bower Wm. moulder, b Jefferson bey Cbnrter 

Bowers Calvin, lab, b Jefferson nr limits ^ 

Bowers Cbarles S. carter, b 409 W. Cbnrcb CD 

Bowers Daniel, cigar maker, b Jefferson bey Charter LbI 

Bowers David, lab, b N. Locust J^-* 

Bowers Edward, lab, b Jefferson nr limits ff^ 

Bowers Elias, lab, b Jackson al ^_ 

Bowers Fonrose, carter, b 409 W, Church 

Bowers Geo. W. brakeman, b 321 Salem av \j^ 

Bowers Jobn H. borse dealer, li 409 W. Churcb rjj 

Bowers Miss Lillie, emp laundry, b W. North 

Bowers Mrs. Mary, wid Jobn, b 560 W. Wasbington 

Bowers Peyton N. driver, Adams Exp. b 30 N. Mulberry 

Bowers Samuel, printer, b 409 N. Locust 

Bowers Samuel, cooper, b 40 Wayside av O 

Bowers Wm. lab, b S. Jonatban bel Baltimore ^ 

Bowers Wm. H. emp organ factory, b 40 Wayside av 



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'^^ Bowie J. C. brakemaD, b Valley Hotel 

g^ Bowman diaries, cifjar maker, b Central House 
.^ Bowman Mrs. Geo. R. wid, b 36 Broadway 

^"" Bowman Herbert, baker, b4 S. Potomac 

'^ Boyd Mrs. Eleanora, wid of Jobn, tailoress, b 23 E. Baltimore 
1^ Boyd Jobn E. letter cariier, b 17 N. Mulberry 
^ Boyd Mrs. Matilda, wid of Thomas, b 2-il S. Potomac 

^Zh Boyd Wra. mficbiuist, b 34 N. Locust 
03 Boyden Mrs. Wm. wid,b 408 Vv. Wasbington 

•'TJ Boyer Geo. E. clerk, b 48 E. Wasbington 
i^ Boyer David S. (Bover S: Heard), b 163' W. Franklin 
^ Boyer Wilkin, b 173 W. Frauklin 
h? Boyer & Hear! (David S. Boyer and C. Edward Heard), coal, 

grain, flour and feed, 159 W. Franklin 
C3 Boyle Chiirles B. pbysician, 122 W. Wasbington. b 124 do 
t-. Boyle Martin M. spoke and bending wks, b Tlie Baldwin 
5i^ Brady J. O. vice-president Hagerstown Woven Wire Mattress 

.3 Co. b 29 E. Baltimore 

HJ Bragunier Daniel H. sasb maker, b520 W. Wasbington 
Jl5 Bragnnier Edward, carpenter, b 431 W. Cbnrcb 
O Bragunier Mrs. Matilda, wid of Upton, b 520 W. Wasbington 
^ Bragnnier W. Dallas, carpenter, b 431 W. Cburcb 

rn Brandt David W. b21 High 

Brandt Edmund S. (E. S. Brandt & Son), b 219 S. Potomac 

"^ Brandt E. S. ct Son, furniture and carpets, 31 S. Potomac 
fl Brandt Edward L. clerk, b 113 W. Franklin 
03 Brandt Harry E. (E. S. Brandt & Son), b City Hotel 
- _ Brandt Jonatban A. cigar maker, b 21 Higb [tomao 

^ Brandt Nevvin J. asst. bookkeeper Fir-t Nat. Bank, b 219 S. Po- 
P Brandt William G. clerk, li 120 S. Mulberry 

^M Brasbears Briggs, tailor, b 315 N. Mulberry 
O Brasbears Tbomas, spokemaker, b 315 N. Mulberry 
O Braungart Jacob C. car inspector, b 234 \V. Franklin 

P^ Braungart James E. moulder, b 234 W. Franklin 

Braxton Perry, b 123 Vi . Cburcb 
W Breitweiser Peter, ganger, b 129 E. Cburcb 

H**^ Brendel Mrs. Henry, wid, b "109 S. Potomac 
Brendel IMary E. b 109 S. Potomac 
^_^ Brenner Cbester, biker, b 4 S. Potomac 

■~ Brenner Dallas M. deputy clerk, Court House, b 60 E. Franklin 
^~ Brenner Frank, emp maiket, L GO E. Frauklin 
I , I Brenner William, b 60 E. Franklin 
-T— Brewer Clyde E. printer, b 541 W. Wasbington 

Brewer Dudley M. pi inter, b 445 W. Wasbington 
li... Brewer Edward L. freigbt delivery, b 541 W. Wasbington 
fV Brewer George L. varuisber, b 53 E. Bethel 

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Brewer George M, D. meat market, 445 W. Washington, h do ^ 

Brewer John D. h Franklin House ^ 

Brewer John H. upholsterer, h 53 E. Betbel 1^ 

Brewer INIrs. Mary A. wid, h 18 E. Washington ^ 

Brewer Miss Matt'ie, h 14S N. Potomac ^ 

Brewer Peter S. clerk, h 5 N. Potomac e^ 

Brewer Samuel H. B. ligLtniug rod 9gt.h 128 W. Franklin P 

Brewer Thomas F. butcher, h 445 W, Washington CTQ 

Brezler Alfred, constable, h 54 E. Bethel O 

Brezler Mrs. Charles, wid, h 26 E. Bethel •^ 

Brezler Mrs. Clarn, wid Christian, h 320 N. Mulberry O^ 

Brezler George, h 2G E. Bethel Cf' 

Brezler Harry, tobacconist, h E. Bethel c N. Locust 

Brezler Mrs. Rebecca, wid, h N. Mulberry nr Broadway ^^ 

Briffg^ Rev. L. W. h 230 N. Jonathan ' Q 

Briil George, h 117 E. Baltimore J 

Brill John, watchman, h E. 117 Baltimore 

Brining Ernest S. watchmaker, h 38 E. Baltimore tr" 

Brining Harry E. watchmaker, h 38 E. Baltimore ^-^ 

If I'ifkicoc tfaiiif'S T. The Mail Publishing Co., also business ^ >J 

manager The Daily and Weekly Mail, h Hotel Hamilton ^^ 

Brogunier Aaron H. carpenter, h Jefi'erson nr limits - 

Brogunier John J. h 26 Elizabeth .^ 

Brogunier Blavriott A. moulder, h 26 Elizabeth [Mulberry ^»^ 

Brogunier Wilbur J. sign painter, 25^ S. Jonathan, h 335 N. ^*^ 

Brooks Van, quarry, h o45 N. Jonathan M 

Brooks Benjamin F. driver, h 28 \V. Bethel ^ 

Brooks Charles, emp Hotel Hamilton, h Hamilton av '"^ 

Brooks Nathaniel, restaurant, 110 N. Jonathan, h 125 W.Bethel 

Brooks Samuel T. blacksmith, Frederick nr Baltimore, h do ^_k 

Broom Charles H. barber, 44 N. Walnut, h 141 W. Church ^ 

Broom Samuel, farmer, h W. Church 

Brown Mrs. Annie, wid Jacob, h 122 W. Bethel hrt 

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Brown Daniel W. bottler, h N. Jonathan 

Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, wid of Emanuel, h 122 W. Antietam ^f. 
Brown Emily, wid of John, h Brown's -.iv 

Brown Misses E. Rebecca and Susan E. h 450 W. Washington h^ 

Brown George W. slater, h 122 W. Antietam ab Jonathan M 

Brown Jacob, f irmer, h 122 Bethel H^ 

Brown James E. (Tyler & Brown), h 30 North ^. 

Brown Jerome J. waiter, h 129 W^. Bethel M 

Brown John C. emp liverv, h 134 North P 

Brown John, lab, h 122 W. Antietam O 

Brown Joseph L. lab, h 122 W. Antietam ^ 

Brown Mrs. Lucy, wid, h 314 S. Locust ^ 

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Brown Margaret A. wid of John F., h 26 W. Churcli 

Brown Samuel W. clerk, h 112 W. Bethel 

Brown T. A. lawyer, 2 Court pi, h Williamsport 

Brown William lab, h 112 W. Bethel 

Brown William H. lab, h 229 E. Church 

Brown William H. tinsmith, h 125 E. Franklin 

Brown William T. tinner, h 125 E, Franklin 

Bruce & Lightner, saloon, 114 N. Jonathan 

Bruce Robert A. (Bruce & Lightner), h Franklin House 

Bruce Scott, waiter. Hotel Hamilton, h 141 W. Church 

Briigli Philip A. dry goods, 56 W. Washington, h 138 do 

Bruin Mrs. R. P. h 109 W. Wnshington 

Brumbaugh John N. sheriff Washington Co., N. Jonathan c W. 

Church 
Brumbaugh Samuel, h N. Jonathan c W. Church 
Brunett Charles D. brakeman, h 24 Madison av 
Bryan Miss Alice, dressmaker, h 341 W. Washington 
Bryan James, granite cutter, h 147 S. Locust 
Bryan Mrs. Theresa R. h Mary Ann ab Jackson al 
Buchanan Dayid V.,. h 532 Potomac av [lin 

Buchauau Davi<l L<. (Buchanan & Rohrer), h 70 W. Frank- 



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GROCERS. 

Dealers in 
Sngar, Coffees, Teas, Extracts, 
Queens and Woodenware. Sport- 
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Fancy Cakes and Crackers, Fruits, 
Nuts, Ac, &C. Fresh Conntry Pro- 
duce con-tantly on hand, for which 
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Buchanan «& Rohrer. groceries and crockery and notions, 

W. Franklin c N. Jonathan. (See adv) 
Buchanan Harry H. clerk, h 530 Potomac ar 
Buchanan J. M. engineer, h Valley Hotel 
Buckey David H. cartman, h 321 W. Church 
Buffiogton John F. conductor, h 109 Salem av 
Buffington William, cleik, h Salem av nr High 
Bulack Joseph, h S. Mulberry 
Bund George, h 138 E. Franklin 
Bund Miss Mary, milliner, h 138 E. Franklin 
Burgan Charles E. painter, h 526 N. Jonathan 



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Burger Adam, tinner, b 49 E. Bethel ^Jj 

Burger Augnstus, driver, h S. Locust 

Burger Prof. Amon, Broadway College, 528 Potomac h^ 

Burger Mrs. Dora, wid, h 149 S. Locust <j 

Burger Edward, barber, b 149 S. Locust ^ 

Burger Fred, lab, b 229 S. Jonathan g 

Burger Jobn G. lab, b 239 S. Jonathan P 

Burger John E. M. contractor, h 149 S. Locust OQ 

Burke Mrs. Virginia, b 30 W. Church Q 

Burkhart George F. dep clerk, Court House, h 126' N. Potomac 
Burns Edward W. conductor C. V. R. R., h 322 S. Potomac 
Burns William, waiter, h Jail al 

Burton Harry, h 328 W. Washington Q 

Bush Edward W. paper carrier, b 448 W. Church q 

Bush George, lab, b 201 High . 
Bush Robert W. h 448 W. Church 

Bush Silas W. spokemaker, 448 W. Church g 

Bushey Thomas, silk weaver, b Elm t> 



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Butler Nettie, h Jail al ©t^ 

Butler Mrs. Emma, wid of Abraham, h 134 S. Locust 



Butler Richard H. lab, h r N, Jonathan nr W. Church t;^ 



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Butts Catharine, wid John, h 228 E. Franklin ng 

Butts Oliver, tinsmith, b Jackson al c Mary Ann 5 a 

Butts William H. tailor. 15 W. Franklin, b 228 E. Franklin g 

Byer Miss Ella, h 112 E. Antietam 

Byer Samuel C. machinist, b 112 E. Antietam 

Byer Sallie O. wid JoTin J. h 14 N. Potomac 

Byer William, machinist, b 237 S. Potomac 

Byers Amos, lime burner, b 29 W. Bethel Op 

Byers Calvin, lab, h Cook ^^ 

Byers D. James, emp spoke works, h 27 High j.^ 

Byers George T. (Barnett & Byers,, b 56 E. Washington ^ 

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2 Bjers Joseph T. saddler, h 104 Elizabeth 

C Tiyers M. I^iitlier (M. L. Byers ^ Co.) h 25 E. Washington _ 

^ Byers ITI. It. <fc Co, druggists, 2 W. Washington cor Public 

-3 sq. (See adv; 

^ Cable Joliii W pres. Herald Publishing Co, h nr Kinggold 

Cnge Joseph A. cigarmaker, 45 E. Franklin, h 23 Jefferson 
S Cain Theodore, Inb, h 344 N. Jonathan 
I Calder James K. conductor, h Hotel Hamilton 
p J Campbell Mrs Kate, wid C. Dorsey, h 137 N. Jonathan 

Campbell Miss Mamie, h 137 N. Jonathan 
'" Carbaugh George, farmer, h 48 Charles 
* Carbaugh S. S. clerk, h Hotel Hamilton 

• Carey Moses, teamster, h 45 E. Church 
£^ Carey William E. driver, h 58 North 
^ Carl Edwin C. teacher, h Central House 
^ Carlisle Miss Annie, h 44 E. Antietam 
<U Carlisle C. Henry, machinist, h 44 E. Antietam 
^ Carlisle Miss Damie, clerk, h 44 E. Antietam 
Carlisle Edward, machinist, h 44 E. Antietam 
^ Carlisle James T. teacher, h 44 E. Antietam 
^ Carlisle Miss Mary, h 44 E. Antietam ^ 

£ Carlisle Robert B. plumber, h 1H6 S. Locust 
^ Carlisle Mrs. Sarah E. wid Robert B. h 166 S. Locust 
, «2 Carmack John, night watchman. The Baldwin, h do 
QJ Carnahan Archibald, engineer, h Elizabeth c W. Washington 
Carpenter Henry, transferman, h 135 N. Mulberry 



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O Carr J. T. stonecutter, h 25 Frederick 

Carr Santie, shoemaker, h 25 Frederick 
^ Carson John T. h Wayside av 
P Carson Walter, emp table works, h Wayside av 
^ Carte Emory H. lab, Jackson al bey E. Franklin 
p Cartee George W. lab, Mary Ann bey Jackson al 

Cartee Francis R. shoemaker, 131 E. Franklin, h 18 Cannon av 
.2 Cartee George F. clerk, h 18 Cannon av 
^ Cartee Vernon, clerk B. & O. R. R. h 18 Cannon av 
T^ Carter Patrick E. fireman, pin factory, h 46 Winter 
^ Carter Robert, lab, h North bel Jonathan 

r Carter William J. harnessmaker, h 50 W. Franklin 
^P Carver John M. wood turner, h 6 Cannon av 
Case William J. mason, h 112 N. Mulberry 
Cassel William W. clerk, N. & W. R. R. h 232 S. Jonathan 
Cearfoss Charles W. clerk, h N. Locust 
f^ Cearfoss George B. (Cearfoss & Rogers), h 47 W. Franklin 

Cearfoss Isaac, lumber dealer, h Alexander c W. Church 
"+|^ Cearfoss Miss Mollie, emp laundry, h Alexander 
g Cearfoss & Rogers, lumber, 9 N. Jonathan 



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Central House, C. Landis prop. Public sq. cor S. Potomac J^ 
Chaney E. baggagemaster, N. & W. E. R. h. Hotel Hamilton 

Ghaney Bart V. conductor, N. & W. K. R. h Hotel Hamilton gfl 

Chaney Richard A. lab, h Mary Ann ab Jackson al hrf 

Chaney Wm. lab, h Mary Ann bey Jackson al ^ 

Chapman Mrs. Richard G. wid. h 181 Jefferson fV 

Chase Alexander, h 40 W. Bethel ^ 
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Co. Bradley S. Johnson, secretary, 61 ^ 

W. Washington ^ 
Chesapeake aod Potomac Telephone Exchange, J. F. Uhler,man- |_j 

ager, 22 S. Jonathan ^^ 

Chisley Miss Charlotte, h 36 W. Church Q 

Chrissinger Clarence, painter, h 515 S. Potomac r'. 

Chrissinger Emauuel W. shoemaker, 50 E. Antietam, h do JSJ 

Chrissinger Frank L. clerk, h 147 E. Baltimore h^ 
Chrissinger George H. L. carriage shop, r 22 S. Potomac, h 20 d 
Chrissinger Jacob E. shoemaker, h 50 E. Antietam 
Chrissinger Mrs. Mary A. wid of Emanuel, h 50 E. Antietam 

Chrissinger Martin L. trav. salesman, h 516 Potomac av ^^ 

Chrissinger Richard S. cigar maker, h 147 E. Baltimore CJ 

Chrissinger Samuel, brickmaker, h 50 E. Antietam ^^ 

Chrissinger Samuel, messenger, h High nr Washington J 
Chrissinger Wra. h 20 High 

Chrissinger Wm. janitor Washington Co. School, h do ^ 

Cittle Wm. McC. emp bicycle works, h 318 N. Mulberry g 

Claggett Miss AnnaL. dressmaker, h 45 E. Washington ca 

Claggett Miss Fannie, dressmaker, h 45 E. Washington g 

Claggett Geo. V. emp bicycle works, h 45 E. Washington ^ 

Claggett Mrs. Jane N. wid Zachariah S. h 404 Potomac av ^ 

Claggett Miss Jennie M h 404 Potomac av So 

Clapp C. Edgar, clerk, freight depot, h 22 S. Locust ^^^ 

Clapp Richard D. clerk, h 363 S. Potomac "-*» 

Clark Miss Anna, h 151 S. Potomac ^ 

Clark Elgin, printer, h E. Washington ct> 
Clark James W. h 434 W, Church 
Clark Harry F. grocer, 426 W. Church, h do 
Clark Josephine, h Jail Alley 

Clark Mrs. Sarah, wid, h 131 S. Potomac CO 
Ciark Rev. T., D.D. pastor Bfiptist church, h 554 W.Washington 
Clark Vancher, waiter, h 131 \V. Bethel 
Clark William M. boarding house, h 56 E. Washington 
Clarkson Bros. Livery, rear N. Jonathan nr W. Franklin 
Clarkson John, deputy sheriff, h 113 W. Franklin 

Clarkson Miss Lizzie, h S. Locust bey Lee ^ 

Clarkson William (Clarkson Bros.) h 113 W. Franklin '~^ 
Clary Miss Alice (Ditch & Clary), h 29 S. Jonathan 



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^ Clay John B. music teacher, h 142 E. Washington 
Q Ciavbourne Miss Mattie, tailoress, h 142 E. Washington 
•4^ Claybourne Norman E. tailor, 25^ S. Jonathan, h N. Mulberry 
CQ Clements John, baggage master, h 46 E. North 
W Clevenger O. F. trav. salesman, h Frauklin House 
Clevidence George A. carpenter, h 339 W. Franklin 
Clevidence Harry, tailor, h W. Franklin 
Clevidence Richard, painter, h 339 W. Franklin 
Clickenger John J. R. emp spoke wks, h 211 Foundry 
Clifton Edward, lab, h 125 W. North 
Clingan James S. fireman, h Salem av c Alexander 



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H Clingan Robert S. flagman, h Valley Hotel 



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g^ Clingan Turner J. fireman, h 13 Norway av 

Clopper Daniel, bar tender, The Baldwin, h 141 W. Franklin 

Clopper Edward, driver, h 619 Potomac av 
^^ Clopper John, driver, h 619 Potomac av 
g Clopper William O. car inspector, h 558 W. Washington 
§ Closson Thomas S. engineer, h 18 Foundry 
<'^ Closson William, fireman, h 18 Foundry 
g"*" Clowes O. W. engineer, h 201 Salem av 
C! Cot)l;)ns Miss Anna, h 49 S. Jonathan 
^ Cochran William, barber, h W. Church 
c; Coffman Samuel A. flagman, h 328 N. Jonathan 
rr Colbert Frederick, huckster, h 35 Frederick 
^ Cole Dudley, waiter. Hotel Hamilton, h 43 W. Church 
o Cole Joseph H. lab, h 425 N. Jonathan 
^ CoUiflower Henry, h 34 E. Franklin 
a Collins C. M. steward. The Baldwin, h do 
j. Collins William A. editor, h 167 Prospect 

g Conner Ashbey P. (Hoflfman, Connor, Smith & Co.), h 123 
O W. Washington 

^ Conner Walter, printer, h 114 S. Potomac 
Q Connor Mrs. Millie, wid of Zebedee H. h 23 Frederick 

Cook Mrs. Alexander A. wid, 226 E. Franklin 

Cook Emmett, driver, h 34 George 

Cook Miss E. Katie, h N. Potomac c W. Bethel 

Cook Miss Frances, nurse, h 29 Elizabeth 

Cook Francis B. lab, h 299 Washington av [Bethel 

M €ook Frank E. (J. W. Cook & Bro.), h N. Potomac c W. 
^^ Cook George W. painter, h 299 Washington av 
r . Cook Mrs. John H. wid h N. Potomac c W. Bethel 

Cook John T. flagman, h 15 James 

Cook J. W. (J. W. Cook & Bro.), h N. Potomac 

Cook J. W. * Bro. (J. W. & Frank E.) druggist, Hamilton 
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Cook Newton S. lawyer, 29 Jonathac, h N. Potomac c W. Bethel 
Cook Roger E. justice of the peace, Court House, h 114 W. 

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Cook Virgil P. painter, h 299 Washington av g2 

Cookus Charles, li ::>3 Fouudry [Foundry '""" 

Cookus Charles, jr., right yard muster, W. M. R. R. h 33 
Cookus Sheridan, fliigman, h 33 Foundry 
Coon John, book binder, h 103 W. Frcinklin 
Coon Miss Mary, h 335 Salem av ^'cn; 

Coon Mary E. wid Daniel, h 49 E. Church l^_^ 

Cooper John, lab, h 135 W. Bethel [ington ^ 

Cooper Geo. W. saloon & restaurant, Public Square, h E. Wash- ^^ 
Corbet Abram, farmer, h Sharpsburg pike nr limits Qp 

Corbet Jacob M, confectionery and toys, 64 W. Washington, h ^ 

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Cord Albert, messenger, N. & W R. R. h 330 W. Washington 10 

Cord Miss Pauline, h 330 W. Washington 
Cord Frank P. conductor, h 330 W. Washington 

Corey Daniel H. emp spoke works, h Forest e^ 

Cosens Geo. machinist, h 38 Winter CQ 

Cosens Henry J. vet. surgeon, 38 Winter 
Cosens Henry J. jr., veterinary, h 28 Winter 
Cost Aaron, h 3 S. Mulberry 
Cost A. J. postal clerk, h 214 Potomac av 
Cost Bros, carriages and harness, 117 S. Jonathan ^fl 

Cost Bruce, emp bakery, h 165 S. Jonathan |^* 

Cost Elias (Cost Bros.),*'h 515 W. Washington p 

Cost Miss Emma, h 515 W. Washington q 

Cost Ezra, 165 S. Jonathan h^ 

Cost Ezra W. M. harnessmaker, 112 W. Franklin, h Frederick c (J) 

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Cost Herbert B. emp Danzer Lumber Co. h 3 S. Mulberry ct- 
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Cost Hiram, emp Danzer Lumber Co. h 114 S. Potomac 

Cost John W. (Cost Bros.), also stock dealer, h 165 S. Jonathan 

Courteney John, lab, h 17 John 
D Cox John lab, h 42 E. Church 
t; Cox Samuel, lab, h 42 E. Church 
VT! Coxan Joseph G. lab, h 52 Frederick 
^ Coxan William H. emp brickyard, h 123 W. Church 
cS Craig Benjamin, moulder, h 312 N. Mulberry 
O Craig Mrs. Catherine, wid, h 312 N. Mulberry 

Craig James (Morgan <fe Craig), hThe Baldwin 

2 Craley Edward, h 126 IS. Locust 

a Craley Samuel M. barber, h 126 N. Locust 

^H Cramer Bernard, box cutter, h 217 E. Washington 

n Cramer Charles J. livery, r Franklin House, h 245 N. Jonathan 

g Cramer Daniel M. engineer, h 21 Elizabeth 

p Cramer Frank L. clerk, h 21 Elizabeth 
T"! Cramer Hannah, wid James, h 115 W. Bethel 
'^ Cramer Harry A. bartender, h George 

bXD Cramer Jacob J. job foreman Mail, h 217 E. Washington 
.5 Cramer John, emp table works, h 70 Madison av 
'ID Cramer Margaret, wid William E, h 226 N. Jonathan 

Q^ Cramer Mary, wid Henry, h George 
J Cramer Miss Nina, h 217* E. Washington 

^ Cramer Bufus, moulder, h Jefferson bey Charter 
''-J Cramer William, lab, h 431 W. Antietam 

►^ Cramer William, emp table works, h 76 Madison av 

Q Cranwell Miss Fannie, h 142 N. Potomac 

•»-' Cranwell Miss Louisa, h 142 N. Potomac 

J-r Cranwell Mrs. Susie J. wid Charles, h 142 N. Potomac 

j2ij3 Crawford & Co bicycle mfrs, L. Potomac bey limits 

03 Crawford R. S. (Crawford & Co.), h 2 Surrey av 
^ Crawford Sarah A. wid Samuel, h 216 High 

^ Creager Charles E. asst. clerk Franklin House, h E. Washington 

^^ nr Cannon av 

Creager Harry, h 309 N. Mulberry [berry 

Creager H. C. groceries, W. Franklin c Foundry, h 309 N. Mul- 
Creager J. Henry, carpenter, h E. Washington nr Cannon av 
Creager John H. jr. carpenter, h E. Washington nr Cannon av 
Creager Samuel E. cigarmaker, h 22 Cannon av 

hrl Crew Charles H. hostler, h 132 North 

*^ Crew Matthew, hostler, h 132 North 

r ■ Crim Mrs. Nancy, wid Richard, h 9 Frederick 

Crisswell Joseph G. h 120 E. Antietam [North 

Cromer Samuel G. shoemaker, 21 N. Jonathan.h N. Locust nr E. 
Cross Miss Delia, dressmaker, h 49 S. Potomac 
Cross Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 132 S. Locust 






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Cross Miss Ella, dressmaker, h 49 S. Potomac [ington J* 

Crowe Charles W. baggagemaster N. & W. E. R.,h 336 W.Wash- 

Crowther David W. dentist, 111 N. Potomac, h do gg 

Crowther George R. clerk, h 111 N. Potomac hH 

Crum William H.. salesman, h Fair Ground av nr N. Locust h. 

Cadler Miss Lizzie, h Jail al fO 

CuUen M. Eramett, (Victor Cushwa & Sons), h Williamsport 

Culler John W. lab, h 27 Frederick 

Culnan Mrs. Isabel, wid, h Hotel Hamilton 

Cummings Charles E. lireman, h 21 George . . 

Cummings David R. h 21 George ^^ 

Cummings David R. jr. deli very man, h 23 George ^\ 

Cunningham Mrs. Mary C. wid Barnett, h N. Locust H. 

Cunningham Michael, lab, 438 George K3 

Curley David, cooper, h 431 W. Antietam hH 

Curran Mrs. Margaret L. wid, h King 

Curtis Charles E. barber. 140 N. Jonathan, h do 

Curtis James, lab, b 39 W. Bethel 

Cushen Robert G. carpenter, h Lee ^^ 

Cushwa Alto Z. glove cutter, 561 W. Washington, h do C3 

Cuswha C.Frank, with Victor Onshwa & Sons.h 10 W.Washington Q 

Cushwa Edgar W. livery, 561 W. Washington, h do j 

Cushwa Is^ac B. horse dealer, h 561 W. Washington 

Cushwa Mrs. James M. wid, dressmaker, h 101 E. Antietam ^o 

Cushwa Susan C. glovemaker, h 561 W. Washington 2 5 

Cushwa Tiiuinas B. grocer, crockery and wholesale liquors, g j»- 

8 W. Washington, h 10 do » ^ 

Cushwa Victor (Victor Cushwa & Sons^, h Williamsport 2^ 

C'Usliwa Victor <& Sons, coal and wood, Salem av ab Church g. " 
Cushwa V. JVIoBiroe (^Victor Cushwa & Sons), h 10 W.Washin'u 
Danzer Albert, contractor, 208 S. Potomac, h 301 do 

Diinzer L<uiiiber Co. W. C. Danzer, pres., G. C. Snyder, sec. «_» 

and treas. '20 to 40 E. Baltimore. (See page 3; ^ 

Oauzcr Wm.C. (Danzer Lumber Co.)h S.Potomac c Baltimore ^^ 

Darner Calvin E. marble cutter, h 111 W. Antietam ^ 

Darner John J. (Stouffer & Darner), h 111 W. Antietam — » 

Dashlield Mrs. Amanda, wid, h 26 W. Antietam hO 

Davis Amos E. watchman, h 36 W. Bethel -^ 

Davis D. Brownell, agent, h 12 James ^ 

Davis Calvin, engineer, h 310 N. Mulberry C/> 

Davis Charles, butcher, h 157 S. Tjocust ^^ 

Davis Misses Estelle and Jennie, h 157 S. Locust CD 

Davis Geo. lab, h W. Antietam Zl. 

Davis Geo. M. plasterer, h E. Church c Jackson al d". 

Davis James, carpenter, h 157 S. Locust 3 

Davis John, section hand, W. Washington bey limits O 

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Davis Mrs. John, wid, h 151 W. Bethel 

Davis John K. barber, h 218 High 

Davis Miss Josephine, h 3l6 W. Washington 

Davis Joshua M. car inspector, h 126 E. Antietam 

Davis Mrs. Maij^faret, wid Joshua, h E. Washington 

Davis Thomas B. conductor, h 15 Norway av 

Davis Mrs. Wm. wid, cigar maker, h 157 S. Locust 

Davis Wm. J. saloon, 27 N. Walnut, h 225 W. Franklin 

Davis Wm. S. confectioner, Public sq, h 110 S. Potomac 

Dayhoff Charles N. bookkeeper, h 29 W. Antietam 

Davhoff Harry E. bookkeeper, J. C. Dayhoff & Co. h 29 Antietam 

Dayhoff* Jacob €. (J. C. Dayhoff &'Co.), h 29 VV. Antietam 

]>aylioff* J. Cdc Co, lumber, sash, blinds, doors and building 

material, B. & O. R. R. ab Antietam. (See bottom right 

lines and adv) 
Dayhoff J. Wesley, florist, 45 E. North 
Daymude James, lab, h 327 Salem av 
Daymude William, sawver, h 211 High 
Deardorff Mrs. EHzabeth, wid, h 126 Bethel 
Deardorff Miss Kate, h 126 E. Bethel 



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Decker J. S. propr. American House, W. Franklin c Walnut ^ 
Deihl Benjamin, emp Telephone Co. h 54 E. Franklin 

Deihl Mrs. Elizabeth, wid George, h 239 Potomac av ^JjJ 

Deitrich Benjamin G. insurance, 18 W. Franklin, h do b^ 

Deitrich Mrs. Lewis, h 29 Frederick rji 

I>elaiuarter Lievwis, (Beck & Delamarter), h 235 W. Franklin pO 

Delamarter Miss Maud, h 23o W. Franklin ^l 

Delamarter Bliss Nellie, h 235 W. Franklin ^ 

Delander Samuel, lab, h 110 E. Bethel [av Kw 

Delk Rev. Edwin H. pastor Trinity Lutheran church, 135 Potomac ^ 

Dentler Miss Cora, h 328 W. Franklin J^ 

Dellinger Mrs. Margaret, wid, h 106 Jefferson ««»^ 

Demarest George, weaver, h 512 W. Washington *^~ 

De Meza Miss Maggie, h 37 S. Potomac H 

Denney Edward, weaver, h 226 N. Locust hH 

Dentler Joseph, car inspector, h 328 W. Franklin ^ 

Derr Charles W. pool, 15 S. Jonathan, h do q^ 

Derr Henry, conductor, h 232 W. Franklin CV 
Derr Dr. H. K. physician, h 415 W. Washington 

Detrow Conrad, trav. salesman, h 146 E. Washington CJ 

Detrow Samuel W. h 39 S. Potomac C^ 

Dick Edward, granite cutter, h Washington Square ^ 
Dick Jacob, granite cutter, h Smoketown 

Diehl B. M. Hneman, h E. Franklin OQ 

Diehl Charles E. butcher, h 239 Potomac av CD 

Diehl Mrs. Elizabeth, h 26 E. Church Jf}. 
Diehl Jacob H. machinist, h 26 E. Church 

Diehl Samuel S. painter, h 26 E. Church ^^ 

Diehl William O. shipping clerk, h 20 Madison av ^ 
Diggs Benjamin, lab, h Hamilton av 
Diggs George, lab, h Braxton al 

Diggs Jacob, hostler, h North ^^ 

Dillon John, farmer, h S. Potomac nr Cemetery ^~ 

Dilworth Stephen S. janitor, h 3U9 W. Church «— *■ 

Dilworth Wm. H. conductor, N. .t W. R. R. h 309 W. Church ^ 

Disinger C. Alice, h 330 W. Franklin ^ 

Disinger John, grocer, 139 N. Jonathan, h 330 W. Franklin ^TQ 

Ditch & Clary, dressmakers, 29 S. Jonathan ^ 
Ditch Miss Cornelia (Ditch & Clary), h 29 S.Jonathan 
Dixon Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 36 Frederick 
Dixon Geo. W. buffer, h 36 Frederick 
Doarnberger Adam J. carpenter, h 225 E. Franklin 
Doarnberger Henry, prop. Farmers' House, 114 S. Potomac 
Doanberger Miss Alice, h 114 S. Potomac 
Doarnberger Harry E. cigar maker, h E. Franklin 
Doarnberger Peter, carpenter, h 307 S. Potomac 



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O « Dommel Miss Lucy, h 131 N. Mulberry 

.j^ Docaldson Miss Blanche, tailoress, h E. Bethel 

^ Donaldson Edward, grocer, E. Franklin c N, Locust, h 122 E. 
'^ Antietam 

of Donaldson Heber, variety store, 9 W, Washington, h do 

^§ Donaldson John P. machinist, h 432 W. Church 

gg Donaldson Thomas, h 130 E. Bethel 

H Donaldson John A. express messeu :er, h 7 N. Potomac 

^ Donohue Charles H. driller, h 405 W. Antietam 

O Donohue Josiivh E. c irpeuter, h 11 N. Mulberry 

O Dornblaise Arthur, tuner, h W. Washington 

C5 Dorraugh David T. fireman, h Valley Hotel 

C3 Dorsey Henry W. h 118 W. Bethel 

^ Dorsey Jeremiah, waiter, h 348 N. Jonathan 

1^ Dorsey John T. porter, h 348 N. Jonathan 

pl^ Dorsey Miss Sarah A. h 21 Salem av 

Dorsey William H. mason and builder, h 21 Salem av 

^rH Doub Clayton E. barber h E. Franklin [adv) 

^ I>oiii:» JOaiiiel W. lawyer, 4 Court pi, h 147 N. Potomac. (See 

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Dougherty Miss Estella, box maker, h Madison av 
Dougherty James L. farmer, h 14 Madison av 
T ' Dougherty William, farmer, h 14 Madison av 
^O Dougherty William, jr., salesman, h 14 Madison av 
2 Dought George, cook, h 133 W. Bethel [Potomac av 

Douglas Gen. Henry Kyd, lawyer, 107 W. Washington, h 405 
Douglas Robert G. bottler, h 31 Noith 
Dovenberger Andrew U. saw mill. Prospect, h 202 Hill 
I>ovrniii Charles. (Downin & Snyder), h 550 W. Washington 
-^ Downin Franklin, emp.silk mill, h 550 W. Washington 
pj^ Downin Fred, emp silk mill, h 550 W. Washington 

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Downin Jacob, h 550 W. Washington 

Downin Jacob, driller, h 411 W. Washington 

Downin Jacob L. driller, h 411 W. Washington 

Downin John, railroader, h 550 W. Washington 

Downin John P. clerk, h 242 S. Potomac 

Downin Leonard W. well driller, h 411 W. Washington 

Downin Mrs. MaryE. wid, h 222 E. Antietam 

Downin Otho, emp, h 550 W. Washington 

Downin Samuel A. well digger, h W. Washington nr limits 

Downin Sam'l S. county surveyor,Court House, li 242 S. Potomac 

I>owniu <& Snyder, groceries, 219 W. Franklin. (See adv) 

Downing Denton, railroader, h rear Salem av 

Downing Hammond, fireman, h rear Salem av 

Downs Orafton, secty, treas and business manager, Herald 

Publishing Co., h Central House 

Doyle Charles, h 25 John 

Drake James, railroader, h 108 N. Walnut -yJ 

Draper Joseph VV. agricultural implements, N. Jonathan, h »_ 

George c Winter 
Draughhaugh Charles S. sawyer, h 178 W. Franklin 
Dreyfus Solomon, machinist, ii 131 S. Locust 
Duffey Geo. H. printer, h 34 E. Church 
Duffey Miss Helen, h 139 N. Potomac 
Duflfey Otho J. cigar maker, 139 N. Potomac 
Duffey Richard, printer, h 34 E. Church 
Duffey Wm. S. painter, 139 N. Potomac, b do 
Dunahugh Edward S. lab, h Alexander 
Duncan Upton G. coach painter, h 49 S. Potomac 
Dunkel Jacob, farmer, h 502 Potomac av 
Dunlap Mary, teacher, h 213 W. Washington 
Dunn Mrs. Annie M. wid Daniel, h 29 Madison av 



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gg Dunn Edwin P. (W. H. Dunn & Co.) h 144 E. Washington 
E- ^ Dunn Miss Emma, h Elm 
£§ Dunn Daniel, b 64 W. Franklin 
• '-' Dunn Hurry W. painter, h 29 Madison av [Walnut 

^ Dunn Wm. H. (W. H. Dunn & Co.) 332 W. Washington ab 
^^ Dunn W. tJ. & Co. liquors, 66 W. Franklin 

>-g Duty David M. genl. mang. Haj^erstown Nat. Loan Association, 
"-S h 222 E. Antietam 

S Dutton Elizabeth A. wid Nathan, h 68 E. Franklin 

Dyer Ehuer E. shoemaker, 205 W. Franklin, h 538 W. Wash'n 

Eagan Thomas, watchman, h 15 W. Baltimore 

Eagle Mrs. Mary, wid Amos, h N. Mulberry bel Bethel 

Eakle John G. h King 

Earbart Andrew, moulder, h 238 W. Franklin 

Earhart James A. machinist, h 226 Jonathan ab Church 

Earbart John H. h 236 W. Franklin 
^ Earley Frank, waiter, Baldwin, h 130 North 
P^ Earley Wm. cakes and pies, 14'.J N. Jonathan, h do 

Earnshaw Charles H. letter carrier, h 37 E. Antietam 
^ Earnshaw Geo. W. cigar mfr. 5 Public sq, E. Washington 
f— Earnshaw James R. cigar maker, h 37 E. Antietam 
Q Earnshaw Mary I. wid James R. b 37 E. Antietam 

Earp Miss Florence, h 126 N. Walnut 

Earnshaw Jerry K. cigar maker, h 37 E. Antietam 
Easterday John, lab, b S. Locust 

aEaston Samuel, mechanic, b 232 S. Potomac 
Eavey I>r. lleriuau B. dentist, 105 S. Potomac. (See adv) 
O Eavey Henry S. (Eavey, Lane & Co.) b 105 S. Potomac 
^ Eavey, Lane & Co. (H. S. Eavey, C. S. Lane and W. P. Lane), 
bankers, 63 W. Washington 

►^ Ebbert Geo. lab, h S. Locust c Lee 

1^ Ebbert Jobn, brickmaker, b 251 S. Locust [lin 

Ebersole A. H. cab line. Alley r W. Washington, h 157 W. Frank- 



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Beautiful Sets of Artificial Teeth made from the best material. Teeth 

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BOOTS, SHOES, td 

HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, &c. <j 

Our IVfen's French Calf 84.00 Shoe ^^ 

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We have Specialties in Ladies' Shoes at $2.50 and h^ 

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Eby AloDZO, night foreman, Daily News, h 74 W. Washington ^ 

Eby I. W. (I. W. Eby & Son), h 121 E. Baltimore q. 

Eby I. W. «& Son.boots and shoes, 32 N. Potomac. (See adv) <nP 
Eby Jacob M. (I. W. Eby & Son), h 44 E. Baltimore 

Eby Miss Lizzie M. clerk, h 121 E. Baltimore Q 

Eck John M. weaver, h 551 W. Washington ^^ 

Eckert Jacob A. barber, h 40 Potomac - ^^ 

Eckstine Mrs. Magdaline, wid, h 518 W. Washington "* 

Eckstine Samuel, blacksmith, h 131 Jefferson JjJ 

Eddy Ernest S. h 38 E. Baltimore m^ 

Eddy Wm. ngent, h 38 E. Baltimore tj" 

Edwards Eev. Henry, h 454 Potomac av CJ* 

Edwards Mrs. Mariah, h Oakhill cd* 

Eikelberger Jacob T. helper, h 33 Winter ab Church ^^^ 

Einstein Martin, clerk, h 120 N. Potomac £2 

Elliott Bruce, conductor, h 424 W. WMshingtou 3- 

Embrey Charles M. clerk, h 306 W. Franklin gt 

Einbrcy CharleN W. (Embrey & Grnber;, h 306 W. Franklin S^" 

Embrey «& Grnbor, coal, flour and cement, 106 W. Wash- J^ 

ington, yards W. Church. (See adv) -_a 

Embrey Max B. clerk, h 306 W. Franklin O 

Embrey McKinley B. clerk, h 306 W. Franklin |v, 

Emmert Mrs. Ann, wid, h 122 E. Antietam •^ 

Emmert Miss Anna B. h 201 S. Potomac f;^. 
Emmert Benjamin N. h 132 S. Mulberry 

Emiuert BroN.(Elias &John W.) flour aud coal, 36 W.Antietam P^ 

Emmert Daniel S. student, h 201 S. Potomac i__ 

Emmert David, supt. Orphans' Home, h 315 S. Potomac ^ 

Eiiiinert Elia^, (Emmert Bros, also R. A. Kritting Co.) h nr ^ 

Funkstown j:^- 

Emmert Miss Grace S. h 201 S. Potomac P 

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gg Eminert John W. (Emmert Bros.) h 26 S. Jonathan 

p-,0 Emmert Joseph S. (J. S. Emmert & Son), h 201 S. Potomac 

^^ Emmert J. S. & Son, hardware and agricultural implements, 49 
^ W. Washington 

^ Emmert Samuel (J. S. Emmert & Son), h 201 S. Potomac 

^ EmmoDs Frank F. fireman, h Valley Hotel 

•4^ Englebright Michael, engineer, h 223 S. Jonathan 

•"^ Ensminger Emory, turner, h Frederick 

,2 Ernde Charles A. carter, h 438 N. Jonathan 

Q Ernde George S. driver, h 117 E. Antietam 

Q) Ernde Laura V. dressmaker, h 117 E. Antietam 

^ Ernde Louis V. carter, h 117 E. Antietam 

QT^ Ernde Louis E. driver, h 117 E. Antietam [Locust 

Ernst John G. treas. Hagerstown Furniture Co. h 135 S. 

Cg Eshleman John S. groceries and queensware, 18 N. Poto- 

V|j mac, h Franklin House. (See adv) 

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^O Eshleman Peter R. farmer, h 504 Potomac av 
O European House, O. B. Ridenour, propr. 162 and 164 W. 

O Church [Antietam 

P^ Evans Frank T. Fidelity Building and Loan Asso'n, h 26 W. 

Evans Capt. Geo. W. h Hotol Hamilton 
Q Evans L. Edward, painter, h 10 Elizabeth 
' Everett Mrs. Anna A. wid Tbeo. h 560 W. Washington 

Everett Mrs. Jessie, wid, h 25 W. Antietam 
•- Everitt George, silk weaver, h 225 S. Locust 
^^ Everly Jeremiah, shoemaker, 116 N. Jonathan, h 27 North 
9E Everly Joseph W. shoemaker, (also J. W. Everly & Son), 
j2 116 N. Jonathan, h 133 do 

-J- Everly J. W. & Son. fruits and confectionery, 116 N. 

Jonathan, also Court House sq. (See adv) 
^«_ Ewers J. Milton, travelling agent, h 313 S. Potomac 
ry Ewers John V. baggage master, h 313 S. Potomac 

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JOSEPH EVEHLY & SON, 

116 N. Jonathan St„ Hagerstown, 

DEALERS IN 

FRUITS, NUTS 

and Choice Confectionery. 

Branch Stand in front of Conrt Hoaee, 
W. WASHINGTON ST. 

ALSO 

SHOEMi^KKR. Fine Repairing 
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Eyerley Albert J. general manager of the Middle States Loan 
Building and Construction Co. also real estate, h 323 
Potomac av 

Eyerley Charles, lab, h Church 

Eyerlv Mrs. Ann E. wid of Andrew, h 13 Frederick 

Eyerly Charles H. (G. W. Eyerly & Son), h 141 N. Potomac 

Eyerly Clarence, clerk, h N. Potomac 

Eyerly Elmer K. h 141 N. Potomac 

Eyerly Miss Emma C. h 323 Potomac av 

Eyerly Ephraim, h Alexander 

Everly Geo. W. (G. W. Eyerly & Son), h 141 N. Potomac 

Eyerly G. W. & Son, (Charles H.) dry goods, 18 W. Washington 

Eyerly John H. mason, h Cook cor Mitchell 

Eyerly Philip, butcher, h 13 Frederick 

Eyerly Susan S. seamstress, h 13 Frederick 

Fagan John R. peddler, h 81 Madison av 

Fahrney Miss Amy, h 218 W. Washington 

Fahrnev Miss Anna, bookkeeper, h W. Washington cor. N. 
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Fahrney Bros, crockery, 11 N. Potomac 
•N Fahrney I>. «fe Son, manufs of Dr. Fahrney's family medi- 
CQ cines, 218 W. Washington. (See adv) [ton 

5^ Fahrney Daniel P. (D. Fahrney & Sou), h 218 W. Washing- 
K Fahrney b. Newton, h 218 W. Washington 

O Fahrney Dixon R. clerk, h 132 N. Potomac [ton 

^ Fahrney Dr. Elmer, physician, and surgeon, h 138 W. Washing- 
CQ Fahrney Frank N. (Fahrney Bros.j, h 126 S. Potomac 
Q Fahrney Harry M. carpenter, h 220 S. Potomac 
rt Fahrney Howard, with D. Fahrney & Son, h 218 W. Washington 
.a Fahrney Mrs. John, wid, boarding house W. Wasliington c N. 
Jonathan 
Fahrney John C. lab, h Garlinger av 
Fahrney ^Jrs. Lizette B. tailoress, h 132 N. Potomac 
J£ Fahrney Miss L. S. saleslady, h 62 W. Washington 
\D Fahrney Samuel P. tailor, h 132 N. Potomac 

Fahrney Mrs. Sarah A. wid of William, h 132 N. Potomac 
Fahrney Theodore Bros, h 124 S. Potomac 
^ Fairfax Donald M. admiral U. S. N. h 157 Prospect 
^ Fairvveather Samuel, rubber stamp agent, h 34 E. Antietam 
50 Fasnacht Leslie S. Central House bar, h S.Potomac nr S. Locust 
rj Faubel Augustus D. h 124 W. A^ntietam 
pH Faulder Daniel S. marble cutter, h 267 Washington av 

Faulder James, granite polisher, 48 W. Antietam, h Smoketown 
Fauver John, brakeman, W. M. R. R. h 39 Elizabeth 
Fechtig Mrs. Catherine, wid James, h 51 S. Potomac 
^ Fechtig Charles C. green grocer, 14 N. Potomac, h do 
A. Fechtig Charles C. jr. clerk, h 14 N. Potomac 
•^ Fechtig Edward, p. o. clerk, h S. Prospect nr W. Baltimore 
^ Fechtig Emmert, h 51 S. Potomac 

gn Fechtig George W. clerk, h S. Prospect nr W. Baltimore 
eg Fechtig Mrs. Louisa, wid Dr. Geo. h S. Prospect nr W. Baltimore 
■+^ Fechtig Mrs. Sallie C. h 14 N. Potomac 
•fl Fechtig William, h S. Prospect 
3 Feidt John H. teacher, h 521 N. Jonathan 
^ Feidt Samuel O. lab, h 521 N. Jonathan 
^ Feigley Edward D. butcher, 36 N. Mulberry, h 34 do 

- Feigley E. Elizabeth, music teacher, h 34 N. Mulberry 
^—^ Feigley Frederick D. engineer, h 148 W. Church 
Feigley Harry, fruits, 12 W. Franklin, h do 
Feigley Isaac K. h al r N. Jonathan nr W. Church 
Feigley James E. painter, h 108 E. Antietam 
Feigley Mrs. Margaret, wid, h 108 E. Antietam 
Feigley Mrs. Mary, wid, h 124 N. Mulberry 
Feigley Mrs. Mary L. dressmaker, h 108 E. Antietam 



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Feigley William E. painter, h 13 Jefferson ^ 

Feigley William H. butcher, h 211 E. Franklin ^ 

Feldman Mrs. Catherine, h « E. North t^ 

Feldman Charles A. fruit grower, 329 W. Washington ^ 

Feldman JoIir W. (Foltz & Feklmnn), h 8 E. North [av g 

Fellheimer Marks H. clotliier,39 W.Washington,h 150 S.Potomac g 

Fennel Lewis^, constable, h 28 Cannon hv P 

Fennell Frank, machinist, h 232 N. Potomac CIQ 

Fenneil Henry R. blacksmith, h 232 Potomac av v^ 

Fessler Charles, repairman, C. V. E. R., h 212 High " 

Fidelity Building, Loan and Investment Asso'n, 7 N. Jonathan Qp 

Fiery Benjamin F. h 184 S. Jonathan ^ 

Fiery Fdgar C general store, 402 W. Washington, h 404 do Q 

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Fiery Nathaniel, bookkeeper, h 248 S. Potomac ^^ 

Fiery Elmer K. meat market 146 S. Locust, h do ^3^ 

Fiery John B. tailor, h 179 S. Jonathan M» 

Fiery John H. salesman, h 35 E. Antietam CD 

File 'Mrs. Ehzabeth, h W. Washington nr limits ^ 

Fimple William, lumber, h 26 E. Franklin ^ 
Finiple W. W. man'g West End Wheel] Material Co., h E. ^ 

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Finegan Mrs. Catherine, wid of J. Wesley, h 49 E. Franklin J 

Firey Mrs. Joseph H. wid, h 179 S. Jonathan *= 

Firey Maxwell, dru-j; clerk, h 248 S. Potomac f 

First IVatioual Bank, S. M. Bloom pres., John D. New- ^ 

comer, cashier, 76 W. Washington. (See adv) ^ 

Fisher Daniel, h 150 W. Bethel g; 

Fisher Mrs. George B. wid, h 27 E. Baltimore H 

Fisher Jacob E. auctioneer, h 250 N. Mulberry g 

Fisher Smith, wood turner, h 13 James § 

Fitzhugh June, waiter, h 34 Bethel ^ 



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Flack Charles C. expressman, li 249 S. Jonatlmn 
Flagle Samuel, yard master, h 325 W. Franklin 
^ Fletcher Mrs. Charlotte, h al rear Bethel ab Jonathan 
PH Fletcher John W. h 27 W. Church 

Floyd John W. car inspector, h 336 W. Franklin 
^ Flvnn HarrvR. watchmaker, h City Hotel 
»^ Flynn John^ lab, h 342 N. Jonathan 
Q Flynn Mrs. John wid, h 342 Jonathan 

OFlyiiii John HF. jeweler and optician, 43 W. Washington, h 
City Hotel. (See page 14) 
Fockler William F. lab. h 121 E. Franklin 

SFogle S. A. night operator, Vi. M. R R. h 209 Foundry 
Foltz Albert E. moulder, h 54 Elizabeth 
O Foltz floury O. machine shop, E. Washington c S. Locust, h 
^ 132 E. Washington. (See adv) 

Q Foltz William E. (Foltz & Feldman), h 543 W. Washington 
^ Foltz Misses Etta and Katie, h 132 E. Washington 
1^ Foltz <fe Felcliiiaii, real estate and insurance, 108 W^. Wash- 
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Ford Mrs. Margaret, Avid, h 67 W. Franklin hH 

Ford William A. baker, h G7 W. Franklin ^^ 



Fortliraan Miss Emma, li W. Washington 

Forthman Frederick, clerk, h 438 W. Washington 

Fowler Charles D. lab, h 33 W. Church 

Fowler John, shoemaker, h 44 E. Bethel C3 

Fox Anton, silk weaver, h Elm ^^ 

Fox Daniel, lab, h al ab Jonathan nr W. Church ^ 

Fox Ezra, mechanic, h 38 N. Locust 

Fox Fernando J. marble polisher, h Forest DD 

Fox Fonrose M. marble polisher, h Forest FH 

Fox Gabriel F. carpenter, h 415 W. Washington C/D 

Fox Henry S. brickmaker, h Forest "» 

Fox Morris, emp Silk Mill, h Spruce c Garrett 

Fox Wisel W. brick moulder, h N. Church nr Winter and George 

Foxbergtr Adam, h 419 W. Church 

Foxberger John H. blacksmith, h 419 W. Church 

Foxberger Mary E. tailoress, h 419 W. Church bel James 

Foxberger William A. lab, h 419 W. Church 



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S i) Foxenberger Andrew, carter, h Cannon av 
.J* France Andrew J. brakeman, h 12 Norway av 

Frank Frederick, gardener, h E. Hascerstown ' 

^ Frank Miss Sallie T. h 318 W. Franklin 
bJ3 Frank Sil^s, patternmaker, h 318 W. Franklin 
.2 Franklin Houft^e, Isaac Mengel, propr, 17, 19 and 21 N. 
^ Potomac. (See adv) 

vr" Franks Edward A. lab, li 155 E. Franklin 
^ Franks Mrs. L. J. 240 N. Mulberry 
^ Freaner Mrs. Mary, wid of Henry, h 138 E. Franklin 
rh Freaner Mrs. Sallie A. wid of George, h. 210 Potomac av 

Freaner Thompson, clerk, h 138 E. Franklin 
^ Frederick George N. stone cutter, h 173 S. Jonathan 
vi French Andrew, h 136 Jefferson 
bX) French Miss Bertha, h 202 W. Washington 
C French Mrs. Elizabeth, wid of George, h 2U2 W. Washington 
'n French Robert, h Alexander 
g French Robert B. h 202 W. Washiogton 
p French Van Lear, h 3i6 W. Franklin 
^ French Miss Virginia, h 202 AV. Washington 
^ Fridinger Charles, h 229 E. Franklin 
j^ Fridinger Charles, bricklayer, h 129 E. Bethel 
C Fridinger Charles F. engineer, h 21 Foundry 
"•lU Fridinger Mrs. Eliza, wid, h 209 Foundry 
gj Fridinger George E. carpenter, h 229 E. Franklin 
IT*; Fridinger George F. carpenter, h 29 Jefferson 
Fridinger George W. baker, h 48 E. Antietam 
.— Fridinger Howard, plumber, h 116 E. Church 
<! Fridinger Mrs. Isabel, wid John, h 116 E. Church 
^_i Fridinger John R. mason, h Mealey av 
^ Fridinger Miss Lutie, clerk, h 209 Foundry 
E Fridinger N. Scott, clerk, h 116 E. Church 

,s Fridinger William H. bricklayer, h 110 S. Mulberry 
^^ Fridinger William H. baker, h S. Locust 
p3 Fridinger William W. baker, h 26 E. Antietam 
PH Friend Hon. E. H. chief judge of the Orphan's Court, Court 
^^ House, h 61 E. Antietam 

Friese Mrs. Jacob, wid, boarding house, 54 E. Franklin 
Friese John E. tinner, h 162 S. Locust 
prt Friese Mrs. John, wid, h 39 Bethel 

Fritts Dr. William, physician and surgeon, h 128 W. Franklin 

H Fritz Jesse E. engine cleaner, h n table factory 
^ Frownfelter Charles, printer, h 232 S. Potomac 
P^ Frownfelter John T. driver, h 22 Charles 

Frownfelter Samuel D. milk dealer, h 232 S. Potomac 
Fry Daniel, lab, h 341 N. Jonathan 



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Fry Frank, waiter, h 337 N. Jonathan 

Fry John, carpenter, h 115 Salem av 

Fuchs Mrs. H. T. millinery, 26 N. Potomac, h Elizabeth ^ 

Full Charles A. carpenter, h 585 W. Washington HH 

Full Michael A. farmer, h 585 W. Washington M 

Full Wm. H. railroader, h 585 W. Washington JU 

Fuller Jacob J. engineer, h 149 W. Franklin 

Funk Albert, clerk, h 114 E. Church 

Funk Alva, flagman, h 134 E. Church 

Funk Edward, clerk, b 23 E. Bethel 

Funk Henry M. h 109 E. Franklin ^ 

Funk Jacob J. mgr. Hagerstown Steam Engine and Machine Co. ^^ 

h Hotel Hamilton "j* 

Funk John F. salesman, h 45 E. FrankHn H 

Funk John J. (Funk & Son), h 50 E. Franklin HH 

Funk Joseph G. li 109 E. !;ranklin *^ 
Funk Miss Maggie, dressmaker, h 109 E. Franklin 
Funk Mrs. Margaietta, wid of Joseph, h 214 N. Mulberry 

Funk Miss Mary L. s deslady, h 45 E. Franklin -^ 

Funk Michael (Funk tfe Son), h 50 E. FrankHn O 

Funk Nettie E. wid of Jeremiah C. h 42 W. FrankHn . Q 

Funk Miss Nannie, teacher, h 45 E. Antietam ^ 
Funk Norman H. h 214 N. Mulberry 

Funk Philip H. teamster, h 101 Jefferson Po 

Funk Samuel U. buyer, h 45 E. Antietam oiS- 

Funk Solomon, h 45 E. Antietam g j"- 

Funk Mrs. Susan, wid Samuel V. h Lee c S. Locust je* 

Funk & Son (Michael & John J.) hides, &c., 48 E. FrankHn Q^ 
Funkhouser Wm. H. grocer, 306 Potomac av, h 59 E. Antietam n:""- 

Furley Mrs. Daniel W. h N. Locust S'g 

Furley Wm. T. wagonmaker, Mulberry, h 60 E. Church ^ ^ 

Furry Fred'k, carpenter, h 123 E. Antietam ^ 

Furry Venie L. glovemaker, h 123 E. Antietam ^^ 

Fury Miss Emma, h 24 W. Church ^^ 

Futterer Catharine, wid Alois, h 247 S. Potomac i^ 
Futteier Charles A freight clerk, N. & W. R. R. h 319 South _» 

Potomac ISD 
FiiUorer Charles M. pass. agt. N. & W. R. R. 104 W. Wash- ^-^ 

ington, also manager Academy of Music, h 319 S. Poto- ^ 

mac. (See adv) C/> 

Futterer Frederick A. clerk, h 319 S. Potomac ^* 

Kutterer J. Frank, foreman Mail, h 247 S. Potomac OO 

Futterer Jacob F. trimmer, h The Cross Roads ^^ 

Futterer Joseph. (Moore & Futterer), h 5 N. Jonathan ^. 

Gabriel Frank, clerk, h 54 E. Franklin 3 

Gallagher John H. bartender, h S. Locust bey Lee O 



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2 Gallion John F. organ builder, li 610 N. Mulberry 

J^ Gallion William H. h 608 N. Mulberry 

<L> Galloway Edward V. farmer, h 131 North 

^ Galloway Henry, farmer, h 131 North 

HyH Galloway Isaac, firmer, h 131 North 

Galloway Louisa, h 131 North 

g Galloway Samuel, fanner, h 131 North 

S Galph Silas, lab, h Jackson al 

■§ ^« Gambrill George T. (Thomas & Gambrill\ h Baltimore 

^"^ Gambrill Wilham G. supt. Roxbery Distillery, h The Baldwin 

fei Gant Frisby, waiter, h 339 N. Jonathan 

Ti* Gant Henrietta, wid, h W. Bethel bel Walnut 
Gant Isaac, carpenter, h 128 \V. Bethel 

K^ Gants Amanda 8. wid Isaac, h rear W. Church bel Walnut 

^ Gantz Mrs. Annie, h Hamilton av 

.5 Gantz Benjamin, lab, h Hamilton av 

^ Gantz Berry, painter. News 

p , Gantz Lewis H. coal dealer, 1 E. Baltimore, h 229 S. Potomac 

CO Gardner J. M. inspector B. & O. car service, h 40 E. Franklin 

rt Gardner Louis H. engineer, h 326 W. Washington 

c/3 Gardner Robert, h 326 W. Washington 

C Garis Adam S. lawyer, 21 S. Jonathan, h 105 W. Antietam 

S Garling John D. saloon, 121 N. Mulberry, h 119 do 

^ Garhnger B. Aaron, jr. drover, h Garling av 

V'^ Garlinger Benjamin A. horse dealer, h 74 Washington 

^ Garlinger Horatio, h 526 W. Washington 

^ Garlinger Howard R. horse dealer, h 74 W. Washington 

'-S Garlinger Mrs. WilUam H. h 150 N. Mulberry 

c/D Garlock Miss Berrie, h 22 E. Bethel 

^ Garlock George, mason, h 22 E. Bethel 

S Garlock Harry, mason, h 140 E. Franklin 

^ Garlock Harry, jr. barber, h 206 N. Mulberry 

^ Garmen Miss''May, h 46 E. Washington 

G Garner Daniel H. teacher, h 226 E. Antietam 

*^ Garver Edward, cofiVe roaster, h 5 W. Franklin 

^ Garver Frank M. clerk, h 5 W. Franklin 

U Garver John A. p. o. cleik, h 5 W. Franklin 

•s Garver John 3. engineer, h 180 W, Franklin 

^ Garver J. Edward, coffee roaster, h 5 W. Franklin 

?H Garver John W. machinist, h 5 W. Franklin 

CS Garver Melchor, machinist, h 60 E. Church 

O Garver H. Welty, machinist, h 238 N. Locust 

hi Garver Mrs. M. A. h 113 E. Washington 

•^ Garver William C. clerk, C. V. R. R. h 5 W. Franklin 

+^ Garvin William, lab, h Alexander 



PJ^ Gasaway James, lab, h W. Antietam 



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Gasber William, winter, h 37 W. Church M 

Gassman George E. ropemaker, 128 E. FrankliQ, h 130 do ^ 
Cirassmaii John, p;rocer, seeds, flour and feed. 24 and 26 N. i^ 

Potomac, h 26 do ^ 

Gassman Mrs. Kate, dressmaker, 130 E. Franklin ^ 

Gassman Mrs. Louisa, h Broxton av e^ 

Gassman Miss Sarah, h 10 S. Potomac M 

Gassman Miss Savilla, dressmaker, 130 E. Franklin (JQ 

Gassman William, grocer, 8 S. Potomac, h 10 do CD 

Gates Edward W. emp B. & O. R. E. h 155 S. Locust ^ 
Gates William, h 155 S. Locust 
Gatrell George T. livery, W. Franklin, h 172 do 

Gearhart Frank R. clerk, Beeler House, h 35 Walnut /^ 



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Geary Margaret J. dressmaker, h 327 W. Franklin nr High 
Geary Owen, h 327 W. Frauklin 

Geary William E. me.t maiket, 147 W. Franklin, h 327 do o 

Geiger Moses, printer, h 8. Locust ,^o 

Geiger Mrs. Philip S. wid, h S. Mulberry >^ 

Geiser Theodore S. carpenter, h 213 E, Franklin ^"Ig 
Gehvicks George D. emp mattress fa'^'tory, h 18 W. Baltimore 
Gelwicks John L. painter, h 22 W. Baltimore 

Gibson Dr. Charles H. physician, 20^ Washington, h do cu 

Gibson Robert, engineer, li 403 W. Washington ^^ 
Gibson William, jeweler, 30 W. Washington, h 122 N. Potomac w 

Gigons Hariison, teamster, li 22 S. Mulberry ^*^ 

Gigons Oliver, baker, h 22 S. Mulberry P 

Gigons Winton, carpenter, h 22 S. Mulberry W 

Gill Charles, clerk, 56 W. Washington, h Frnnklin House q. 

Giles Misses Marv and Sadie W. h 102 Prospect ^^ 

Glass John A. potter, h 109 E. Washington •— ^ 

Gloss V. A. baker, h 41 W. Wnshington 10 

Gloss Ozio, driver, h 41 W. Washn^gton kad 

Godwin William J. brakeman, h 230 W. Frauklin W 

Gold Mrs. Christain, wid, h 28 E. Church P 

Gold John R. bricklayer, h 28 E. Church CQ 
Gold William H. bricklayer, h N. Mulberry bel Fair Ground av ^"^ 

Good John W. spokemaker, h 116 High HH 

Good Mary S. saleslady, h 156 W. Franklin S^ 

Good Mrs. Dr. S. M. h 156 W. Franblin fli 
Gordon Melton, millright, h Valley Hotel 
Grady Thomas, lab, h Charter ab Jf^fferson 
Grant Charles S. conductor, h 3i4 W. Franklin 

Grant Frisbie, plasterer, h 335 N. Jonathan O 

Grant John W. engineer, h 327 Washington ^ 

Grass Adam, lab, h 31 Fair Ground av CD 

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^2; 1^ Gray Charles M. carpenter, h 111 E. Church 
^ Gray George N. h 43 Elizabeth 
Gray John, waiter, h 16 W. Bethel 
Gray Lewis F. tailor, h 111 E. Church 
Gray Miss, foreman shirt factory ,h The Baldwin 
Gray Moses, lab, h George 
Gray Peter, h 19 N. Jonathan 
Gray William C. bartender, h 237 E. Franklin 
Grebner George, saloon, 47 S. Potomac, h do 
Green C. waiter, The Baldwin, h 37 W. Church 
C} Green W. Edward, trimmer, h Central House 
»p-{ Greenawalt George W. spokemaker, h 111 S. Mulberry 
"q Greenawalt Miss Margaret, h 36 Broadway 
05 Greenebaum Harry II. clothing and gents' furnishings, 3 
qJ N. Potomac, h Hotel Hamilton. (See adv) 

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g NO. 3 NORTH POTOMAC ST., HAGERSTOWN, MD. 

g CLOTHING, HATS and FURNISHmGS 

^ Largest Variety. Latest Designs. Lowest Prices. 

" Grille Jacob, h 28 Winter 

^ Griffe Joseph H. bar tender, h 117 N. Mulberry 
^ Griflfe Miss Maggie, h 28 Winter 
eg Griffe Mrs. Mary, h 117 N. Mulberry 

4-^ Griffith Mrs. Elizabeth, wid Nicholas, h 114 E. Washington 
Griffith FrankUn C. h 16 Frederick 
Griffith Mrs. John, wid, h 322 S. Locust 
^ Griffith John H. butcher, h 14 N. Mulberry 
CW Grim Mrs. Margaret A. dressmaker, h 13 N. Mulberry 

- Grimm Mrs. Addio D. wid Thomas, h 41 N. Potomac 
^5 Grimm Edgar, emp B. & O. R. R. freight house, h W. Franklin 
Grimm Edward, printer, h 113 W. Church 
Grimm Fred'k. S. carpenter, h 238 N. Mulberry 
Grimm Mrs. John H. wid, h 113 W. Church 
'"^' Grimm Miss Nellie, clerk, h 41 N. Potomac 
L_ Griswold Mrs. Ellen M. wid Rer. Whiting, h 26 Prospect 
Q2 Groff Abram, carpenter, h 21 John 



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Groff Abram, carpenter, h 21 John 

Groff Miss May, h 30 S. Jonathan 

Grosh Benj. F. sewing raachine agent, h S. Locust n S. Potomac 

Grosh Mrs. John, wid, h N. Mulberry bey Fairgrounds av 



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Gross Mrs. Mary E. wid, h 11 W. Bethel ^ 

Gross Mrs. Magdalene, wid Charles, h 11 W. Bethel p 

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Grove Mrs. Catharine, wid James, h 140 E. Washington 

Grove Charles G. cigar maker, h 140 E. WMshington 

Grove Cliiitou R. (Grove Bros.) h 64 E. Franklin 

Grove James M. barber, h 140 E. Washington ^ 

Grove Miss Fannie, teacher, h 140 E. Wjishington 

Grove F. M. marble and granite cutter, h 103 W. Antietam 

Gruber Mrs. Ann M. wid, h 215 E. Church 

Gruber Fred, clerk, h 46 W. Franklin y,^ 

Gruber Fredericka, h 220 Potomac av >q 

Gruber George M. cashier, C. V. R. R. freight depot, h 136 N. 

Mulberry U^ 

Gruber Harry, painter, h 56 W. Franklin tj 

Gruber Martin M. painter, h 46 W. Franklin S 

Gruber Yictor E. clerk, h 215 E. Church ^ 
Gumbert Wm. E. trav. salesman, h E. North 

Grummell Joseph, emp silk mill, h Spruce c Garrett hd 

Oiiiiimell Albert H. clerk, Hotel Hamilton m 
Hacker Samuel R. asst. manager Maryland Benefit Association I—* 

h 332 W. Franklin ' C^^ 

Hager Mrs. A. H. wid, h Hagerstown Mills rt* 

Hager George H. insurance clerk, h Hagerstown Mills M 

Hager Herman W. painter, h Hagerstown Mills O 

Hager Jonathan G. machinist, h Hagerstown Mills ^ 

Hagerman Miss Lizzie, h 30 E, Antietam CD 

JP RAVUnrC 9 Pn ^ear B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, Ul 
. Ui UAinUrr & uU. ^^^i^sYX*?h?Lis^« gt 

of bnildingB and at prices that defy competition. ^* 



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58 HAGERSTOWN DIRECTORY. 



s Hagerstown Bank, 

W Incorporated 1806. 

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bo M. S. BARBER, EDWARD W. MEALEY, 

Cq President. Cashier. 



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Capital, $ 1 50,000. Surplus, $75,000 



2 Hagerstown Bunk, M. S. Barber, pres. Edward W. Mealey, 

^ cashier, 21 W, Washington. (See adv) 

Ed 5 Hagerstown Daily Evening and Weekly Globe, Ira W. Hays, 

^S pub, 28 W. Washington 

^2 Hagerstown Daily and Weekly News, Adams & Blake, publish- 

^ o ers, 25 S. Jonathan 

^ . Hageristou'ii Daily niid Weekly Miil (The,) issued 

'^^ daily and every Fridny, published by The Mail Publish- 

"*"* ing Co., 24 S. Jonatha"n. (See ady) 

H Hagerstown Electric Co., J. P. Lucus maug., h 108 Washington 

o . 

^ _ 

^ p. H. WINGERT, S. BAKER, J. G. ERNST, 

President. Gen. Manager. Treasurer. 

1 Hagerstown Furniture Co. 

"3 Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of 

gTURNITURE 

g Chamber Suits, Side-boards, 
g Extension Tables, Etc. 

H Cor. Foundry & George Sts., HAGERSTOWN, Md. 
^ BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS *" ^r^ue'TJl"" 

^«< DANIELF. BEATTY, - Washington. New Jersey. 



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Daily Established Weekly Established 

1890. 1828. 




MAIL 



HAGEESTOW]^, m. 



Best Advertising Medium in Western 

Maryland. 

Circulation the Largest and Constantly in- 
creasing. 

WNS 

S UBSCRIPTION: 

Daily 2ii Cents per Month, 

Weekly $1.00 per Year. 



JOB PRINTING 

of every Description. 

Books, Polders, Bills & Cards. 

The Newest Designs and the Finest Work. 



For Choice Funeral Designs, ^'^''-' -'■—*»»'»«-""'' 



Ip SAM'L FEAST & SONS, 
BALTIMORE. Md. 



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o^ UagerHtown Fiiriiitnre €o., J. G. Ernst, sec'j, Foundry 

and George. (See adv page 58) [Elizabeth 

J Hagerstowu Furniture and Table Works, Bovver & Miller, props, 

Hagerstown Hedge and Fencing Co., P. M. Mishler, pres. N. 

g Potomac [pect. (See adv) 

-eg Blagerslowiii Ice Co., W. H. Howard supt and treas., Pros- 



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Wm. Kealhofeb, Pres't. 
W. H H OWAKD, Supt. & Treas. A. P. Conneb. Secty. 



HAGERSTOffN ICE COMPANY, 

HAGERSTOWN, MD. 

Wholesale Dealers and Manafacturere of 

Pure, Distilled, 
Crystal Mountain Water Ice. 

Car Lots a Specialty. 



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Q Hagerfitown liig^ht and Heat Co., C. F. Manning sec'j 
«H and treas. 8 N. Jonathan 

MH Hagerstown Mattress and Upholstering Co., O. M. Snyder sec'y 
and treas. 11 E. Franklin 
Hagerstown Mfct. Mining and Land imp. Co., W. Franklin 
Hagerstown ]¥ew» Pnblishing; Co., (John U. Adams ;ind 
^ John H. Blake), publishers Hagerstown Daily, also Week- 

^ ly News, 25 S. Jonathan 

*^ Hagerstown Seminary, Rev. C. L. Keedy, pres. E. Antietam 
and King. (See adv) 



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Hagerstown Shirt Co., 120 Jonathan 




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COMfPKlSKS 

-d ^ KEE MAR COLLEGE AND MUSIC AND ART HALL CONSERVATORY. 
q9 The Leading Schools for Young Women and Girls. 

(y\ It has an elevated location, Buperb modem buildings, extensive eroands, steam heat, gas 

W^^ light, hot and cold water, perfect health, thorough trainisg and discipline, fourteen inBtructore. 
Complnte courses in English, Classical and Scientific Branches, and also in Elocution, 
Music and Art. Terms low 

Chsrtered in 1851. Presents diplomas and Confers Degrees. 
1 "^ Send for catalogue to 

^ REV. C. L. KEEDY, President, HAGERSTOWN, Md. 
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^4 DAHliiij F. Beatty, Washington, New Jersey. 



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A Poem of Perfected, Practical nr Ml lip TOM STANDARD k.^ 
Mechanical Ingenuity is the IILIVIIIIU I Ull TYPE WRITER, t^ 

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Hagerstown Spoke and Bending Co., W. Church cor Salem av ^"^ 
Hagerstown Steam Engine and Machine Co., 242 W. Franklin 

and Foundry, H. H. Keedy, pres., J. J. Funk treas. h^ 

Hagerstown ISteaiii Granite and Garble Works, h^ 

Stoutfer & Darner, proprs, cor Autietam and Jonathan r^ 

opp B. & O. Depot. (See pasje opp 17) ^D 

Hagerstown Woven Wire Mattress Co., 18 E. Baltimore [pect 



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Hagner Alexander R. lawyer, 113 W. Washington, h 223 Pros- 
Hale Marion, h 443 George ji^ 
Haller Frank, postal clerk, h 209 S. Jonathan r^ 
Halm Fred J. music teacher, h 173 Prospect jg^ 
Halm Reinhold J. mayor also lawyer, 103 W. Washington, h ^^ 

216 Prospect *j^ 

Halm Mrs. R. wid, h 165 Prospect H 

Hamburg Bernard G. plasterer, h Mary Ann hH 

Hamburg David, plasterer, h Mary Ann *^ 

Hamburg John E. lab, h 239 N. Locust q^ 

Hamburg Miss Lizzie, h 139 S. Locust <X^ 
Hamburg Miss Susan, h 139 S. Locust 

Hamby William, painter, h 11 W. Baltimore Cj 

Hamill Samuel, shoemaker, h 306 N. Mulberry ^^ 
Hamilton Miss Annie, h 24 W. Franklin 
Hamilton James, h 54 E. Franklin 

Hamilton Miss Julia, h 24 W. Franklin J]^ 

Hamilton Miss Julia H. h 210 W. Washington JEL 

Hamilton Miss Josephine, h 210 W. Washington pj" 

Hamilton Miss Leonore, h 210 W. Washinj^jton C3" 
Hamilton Richard J. Mail Publishing Co. and editor The <i> 

Mail, h 208 W. Washington 

Hamilton William H. A. lawyer, 113 W. Washington h 55 E. »— ■ 

Antietam «:*- 

Hamilton William R. reporter, h 55 E. Antietam St 

Hamilton Mrs. William T. wid, h 210 Washington $5 

Hamilton Wm. T. J. lawyer, p. o. building, ^ 

Hamilton William T. jr. lawyer, h 208 VV. Washington , . 

Hammaker Daniel S. blacksmith, h 130 N. Potomac O 

Hammaker Miss Lizzie R. h 130 N. Potomac jw 

Hammersla Green, emp spoke wks, h 1:29 VV. Fr-tnkliu ^^ 

Hammersla William W. spokemaker, h 229 W, Franklin t^ 
Hammond Mrs. Catherine, wid of David C. h 140 N. Potomac 

Hammond Mrs. John, wid, h 170 W. Frai kliu t?l 

Hammond Margaret M. hairdresser, h 136 W. Franklin " 
Hammond William L. (Hammond & Ankeney), h 140 N.Potomac g* 
Hammond & Ankeney, (W. L. Hammond and L. C. Ankeney) ^ 

hardware, 19 W. Washington ' j^- 

Hanes John W. granite cutter, h N. Jonathan P 



J. G. DAYHOFF & GO. 



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Near F,. & (). Depot, Hagerstown, 
Md. LUMBER. ( Carries the Largest 

Stock of Lumber. C^ 

Can sell lower and give better satisfaction than any dealer in the city. 2" 



9 Flowers and Desips 



shipped by Express to all points at short notice. 

SAMUKL FEAST & SONS. 

Baltimore, Md. 



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Has Hanna Isaac N. wheelwright, h 31 Madison av 
^^ Hanna Jacob, emp spoke wks, b 333 Silem av 
^■< rianna S. May and Alice B. h 31 Madison av 
g"^ Happel Martin, pottery, 105 E. Washington, h 101 do 
H Harbaugh Miss Adda O. glovemtker, h 222 E. Antietam 
2 Harbaugh Alexis J. flagman, h 222 E. Antietam 
. Harbaugh Dr. George N. deotist, 337 W. Washington, h do 
Harbaugh Harry, einp t ible wks, h 58 Elizabeth 
Harbaugh Oscar, timber dealer, h 22 Madison av 
^ Harbaugh William W. section hand, h Garliuger av 
g Harden Mrs. John H. wid, h 335 W. Franklin 
•^ Hardle William B. carpenter, h Je£ferson c Carlton 
^ Haring Adam S. (Hagerstowa Spoke and Bonding Co.), h 13 S. 
Walnut 
Haring Laura B. h 13 S. Walnut 
Harley Elbridge, junk, h 268 Washington av 
'^ Harley Mrs. Mary J, h 405 W. Antietam 
E Harman Clegget, baker, h N. Mulberry 

Harman Frederick D. (Harman & Middlekauflf), h 307 High 



dj Harman Jacob, h 538 N. Jonathan 

-^ Harman Jesse, lab, h N. Mulberry ab Broadway 
S Harman John F. salesman, h 3L E. Antietam 
^ Harman & Middlekaufif, pretzel bikers, Salem av c High 

fL| Harne F. A. meat market, 25 N. Jonathan, h 112 Jefferson 

^ Harne Frank E. printer, h 215 E. Franklin 

^ Harne F. Thomas L. h 218 Franklin 

^O Harne George O. carpenter, h 122 N. Mulberry 

^•-c Harne B. Lee, grocer, 350 W. Washington, h do 

g9 Harne Worth E. h 122 N. Mulberry 

g^ Harper Charles E. stock dealer, h 321 S. Potomac 

-sj Harper Mrs. Charles N. wid, h 318 S. Potomac 

^ Harper Miss Gertrude, clerk, h S. Potomac 
Harper Grafton, lab, h 33 E. Baltimore 
Harper Graut E. butcher, h 318 S. Potomac 
Harper Jackson C. trav salesm m, h 317 S. Potomac 
Harper William S. drug clerk, h 318 S. Potomac 
Harris Charles W. conductor, h 109 Foundry 
Harris Henry, lab, h 209 High 

W Harris Jacob, driver, h N. Jonathan 
Harris Jacob. lab, h 331 N. Jonathan 
Harris John C. upper fitter, h 143 S. Potomac 
Harris John H. lab, h 51 North 
Harrison Alfred, lab, h 46 E. Church 
Harrison Mahlon, lab, h Mary Ann ab Jackson al 
Hartensteine John, clerk. The Baldwin, h do 
^y^ Harter Jaiues P. postmaster, h 230 E. Antietam 

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DANIEL F. BKATTY, - WASHiNQTOir, New Jereej. 



Cl/CPYflMi: CAN PROFITABLY USE THE T VpCU/RITCP t^ 
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Hartle Bros. (David S. and Charles K.) saloon, 2JN. Potomac M 

Havtle Charles K. (Hartle Bros.), h Central House *^ 
Hartle David S. (Hartle Bros.), li 22 N. Potomac 
Hartle Isaiah, meat market, 51 E. Franklin, h 53 do 
Hartle Ivy, butcher, h 53 E. Frauklin 

Hurtley Thomas A. watchman, h 9 Norwiy av ^ 

Hartmau Joseph, carter, h Jon ithan bel Baltimore f3 

HartmiD Mrs Roseanna, wid Benj., h 22 N. Mulberry (JQ 

Hartman Mrs. Sarah, wid Daniel, h 37 E. Franklin (t> 

Hartsock D. blacksmith, 555 W. Washington, h do . *^ 

Hartsock Eev. S. M. pastor St. Paul's M. E. Church, h 145 W. -. 

Franklin ^ 
Hartz Wm. brakeman, h 34 W, Church 

Harvey Rev. C. W. pastor Christian Church, h 130 S. Mulberry Q 

Hatton Isaiah, h 303 N. Jonathan Q 

Hauck Mrs. Catharine, wid John, h 213 S. Potomac ^ 
Hauck Jacob, h 453 W. Antietam 

Hauck J. Edward, clerk, h 213 S. Potomac P 

Hauver Miss May, h 41 E. Antietam O^ 

Hawbicker Daniel, h 120 E. Church ta^ 

Hawbicker Miss Effie, h 120 E. Chu'-ch 5« 

Hawbicker Miss Hattie, h 120 E. Church P 

Hawkins Mrs. John, h 113 E. Baltimore ^^ 

Hawkins Milton, painter, h 20 W. Fr.mklin ^^ 

Hawthorn Mrs. Sarah J. wid Theodore, h Fair Ground av ^^ 

Hawthorn Sarah V. elovemaker, h N. Mulberry ^ 



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Hawthorn Theodore, butcher, h N. Mulberry 

Hay Willis G. agent, h 49 Broadway ^ 

Hayes Geo. W. machinist, h 242 N. Mulberry ^ 

Hayden Claud, express messenger, h The Baldwin t^ 

Hayues J. Wesley, granite cutter, h N. Jonathan >Q 

Hays Chester (R." M. Hays & Bros.}, h 24 W. Antietam 

Havs Ira W. (R. M. Hays & Bros ), also publisher Daily Even- [t1 

ing and Weekly Globe, 28 W. Washington, h 22 W. Antie 

tam 
Hays James W. clerk, h 54 E. Franklin 
Hays LeRoy (R. M. Havs & Bros.), h 24 W^ Antietam 

Hays R. M. & Bros. (Riifus M., Ira W., Chester K. and LeRoy ^ 

Havs), booksellers and stationers, 28 W. Washington Qj 

Hays Rufus M. (R. M. Hays & Bros), h 9 S. Potomac H-i 

Hays Susan, wid of William L. h 24 W. Antietam ^J^ 

Hays William, conductor, h The Baldwin m 

Hazel Joseph, marble cutter, h 54 E. Franklin M 

Heard Albert, stoves, ranges and tinware, plumbing &c. 4 N. O 

Potomac, h 144 do. (See left side lines) *^ 

Heard C. Edward (Boyer & Heard), h 16 W. Antietam ^ 

Jn nAVUnCr O Pn Near B. & O. Depot, Ha}?erstown, CC 

I Ul l/AinUrr 0& UUl ^'^^ ''jy.",»^*?-, '>e«lerinallgrade8 CHK 



and kinds of Lumber, Lath 
and Shingles. Write for Prices. 



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ri-j_ Crnnt OnilAr How we fm-nish Flowers from ocean to ocean by telegram 



SAM'L FEAST & SONS, Baltimore, Md. 






^'^ Q4: HAGERSTOWN DIRECTORY. 

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»^* DEALER IN 



k Millinery, Dry Goods, White Goods 



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NOTIONS and LAOIES' FURNISHING GOODS 

Generally. 

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O 7 & 11 South Potomac Street, HAGERSTOWN, Md. 
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*^ Heard Franklin A. dry goods, millinery, fancy goods, 
gg notions, &c. 7 and 11 S. Potomac, h 9 do. (See adv) 

, Heard Frank S. cutter, h 9 S. Potomac 
^ Heaslip Joseph, granite cutter, h 113 W. Antietam 
^W Hebb Edward, printer, h 28 Salem av 
4J) Hebb Joseph, engineer, h 28 Salem av 
^ Heckman Christian, clerk, h 33 W. Bethel 
O Heckman John, moulder, h 302 N. Jonathan 
O, Heckman William, lab, li 302 N. Jonathan 
rf) Heil Albert, carpenter, h 127 E. Antiet;im 

Heil Albert, jr. contractor, h 57 E. Antietam 
"X^ Heil Frank, carpenter, h 118 W. Antietam 
PJ Heil John H. carpenter, h Gl S. Mulberry 
eg Heil William E. carpenter, h 20 High 
. Heimel Augustus, clerk, h 13 S. Potomac 
^ Heimel Miss ChristiuH, h 13 S. Potomac 

2 Heimel Justus, grocer, also brewer, 15 and 17 S. Potomac, h 13 do 
Q-H Heimel William H. brewer, h 215 S. Potomac 
O Heironimus Mr. constable, h (35 W. Franklin 
O Heironimus Emma K. teachei', h 65 W. Franklin 
Heironimus Harrj D. clerk, h Qo W. Franklin 
Heist Lewis 0. watchmaker. 47 S. Potomac, h 49 do 
$Z^ Heist Mrs. Paulina, wid of William, h 217 S. Potomac 
Hellane John T. letter carrier, h 553 W. Washington 
Heleine Frank, car inspector, h Mechanic 
Heleine George P. euginaer, h 16 Salem av 
Heleine Harry, einp table wks, h 2.)8 Washington av 
^^ Heleine Howard, cigar mfc, 39 N. Jonathan, h 15 Salem av 
^\ Helferstay Aldn/.o l'^, painter, h Lt^e 
-p. Helferstay Miss Carrie, h 332 W. Franklin 
-^ Helferstay Miss NelUe, h 332 W. Franklin 
^_ Helferstay William, engineer, h 332 W. Franklin 
■y- Henderson C. W. Roy, clerk, h 39 N. Potomac 

^ BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS *" "^ue'^Iair 

^^ Daniel F. Beatty, Wa'shington, New Jersey. 



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Should Buy the 



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HAGERSTOWN DIRECTORY. 65 hH 

Henneberger Albertus, barber, h 61 E. Antietam ^ 
Henneberger Alfred, cabinetmaker, h 64 E. Antietam 

Henneberger Mrs. A. E. wid, h 37 W. Antietam \j^ 

Henneberger George W. barber, h 125 E. Washington HH 

Henneberger George E. clerk, h 16 S. Potomac V^ 

Henneberger Harry L. grocer, 103 E. Washington, h do fO 
Henneberger Julia, wid John J. h 5 E. Washington 
Henneberger Margaret, h 127 E. Washington 
Henry Thomas E. W. h 30 W. Bethel 

Henson Alexander, brickmaker, h Cannon av nr limits ^^ 

Henson Alfred R. brickmaker, h Cannon ar nr Rowland's Mill 2! 

Herald Publishing Co., John W, Cable pres.;M. L. Keedy, j^ 

vice pres.; Grafton Downs, sec'y and treas.; 34 S. Jonathan. ~H 

(See adv) [Jonathan. (See adv) 51 

Herald and Torchlight, Herald Publishing Co. 34 S. M 

Herbert Miss Addie, h 21 N. Mulberry ^^ 
Herbert Charles H. clerk The Baldwin, h 68 E. Franklin 
Herbert Mrs. Urilla, wid. h 21 N. Mulberry 

Herbert William S. h 21 N. Jonathan -^ 

Herman Dr. Henry S. physician, also writing Dept. Sheriff, h C^ 

231 W. Franklin • Q 

Hershey Miss Savilla, h 20 N. Locust • 
Hess Emerson C. pres. Hagerstown Woven Wire Mattress Co. 

h 29 E. Baltimore CD 

Hess John G. The Hess Mfg. Co. h E. Franklin CD 

Hess Lorenzo, blacksmith, h E. Franklin ^ 
Hess Mfg. Co. (The), carriage mfrs. 18 and 20 N. Mulberry 

Hewitt H. agricultural implements, h Charter "^ 

Hibarger, C. Edward, watchmaker, h 45 S. Potomac ^ 
Hibarger Emanuel, watchmaker, h 45 S. Potomac 
Hickman Mrs. John E. wid, h 571 W. Washington 

Hicks Oliver, lab, h 21 E. North C^ 

Higgins T. A. teamster, h 17 Norway av q" 

Hill Ann, laundress, h Jail al *~*' 

Hill Charlotte, wid Richard, h 409 N. Jonathan — - 

Hill Jacob, car inspector, h 41 Madison av ^^ 

Hill James, plasterer, h 130 W. Bethel ^ 

Hill Joseph J, cook. The Baldwin, h 315 Potomac av >-•. 

Hill Spencer, h 132 W. Bethel % 

Hillard Thoiuas E, register of wills, Court House, h ^ 

Williamsport pike bey limits ^ 

Himes Addie, h al r Prospect S 
Himes Lawson, lab, h 37 N. Locust 
Hinea Henry A. 233 W. Franklin nr Walnut 
Hinea John L. granite cutter, h 233 W. Franklin 
Hipner Mary, wid Thomas, h 27 E. Antietam 



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Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 
Md. LUMBER. Have unexcelled 

facilities for shipping lumber 
On the Western Maryland Bailroad. 



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HERALD 1 TORCHLIGHT 

Dailg aqd Wee^liJ, 

The Oldest Newspaper in the County and the 
only Republican Journal in Hagerstown. 

The HERALD is the brightest, best edited and most en- 
terprising newspaper in Maryland, outside of Baltimore. 

It is also the only newspaper in Maryland, outside ol Balti- 
more, (with one exception) that has telegraphic service. 

With its special wire in the office, it possesses facilities fo 
the collection and dissemination of news enjoyed by no other 
newspaper in Hagerstown 

It is especially valuable as an advertising medium. 



THE JOB DEPARTMENT 

is amply equipped for the execution of fine work by 
skilled workmen at moderate rates. 

Subscription Rates : 

WEEKLY, $1.00 PER YEAR. 

DAILY, $3.50 PER YEAH, 



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Hipsley Frank, telegrapher C. V. E. K. h 506 W. Washington i^ 

Hobbs Charles S. tinner, h 164 S. Locust ^^ 

Hoch Henry K. tinsmith, 19 High, h do tO 

Hoch R. H. tinsmith, h George cor Winter hrf 

Hock J. E. clerk, h S. Potomac ^ 
Hockley Christianna, h 337 W. Washington 
Hockman Miss Emma, bookkeeper, h 224 E. Antietam 
Hockman George H. brakemaa, h 224 E. Antietam 

Hockman Harvey M. engineer, h 30 Elizabeth h^ 

Hockman Miss Lillie, stenographer, h 224 E. Antietam rjj 

Hoekiiiiiii ISainsiel iWI. book binder and blank book manuf. ^^ 

Mail Building. S. Jonathan, h 224 E. Antietam. (See adv) Q 

S. M. HOCKMAN, g 

book: BIIsriDEIK;, ^ 

Paper Ruler ^ Paper Box Maker, J2. 



"Mail" Building, H AGE R STOW N, MD. 



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Hoffhine Mrs. Ann E. boarding, 74 W. Washington, h do LJ 

Holiman Charles W. bank clerk, h 25 W. Franklin Q 

Hoffjnan, Conner, ISmilh «fe Co., bankers, 102 W. Wash- ^" 

ington. (See page 3) 5* 

Hoffman Edward, (Hoffman, Conner, Smith & Co.), h25 W. Qip 

Franklin 

Hoffman Ernest, h 25 W. Franklin ^ 

Hoffman George K. (J. C. Hoffman & Sons), h 55 S. Potomac ^ 

Hoffman Mrs. Jela, wid, h 30 S. Potomac >^ 

Hoffman J. Calvin, (J. C. Hoffman & Sons), h 55 S. Potomac t^ 

Hoffman J. C. & Sons, (William K., George K- and Lloyd K.), |. 

dry goods, 6 W. Washington w 

Hoffman Mrs. Mary, wid of Joseph T., h 25 W. Franklin gr 

Hoffman Joseph K. clerk, h 55 S, Potomac B 

Hoffman Kanode, tailor, h 55 S. Potomac 3 

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LUMBER. Dealers in Masons' 

and Bailders' Materials 
of all kinds. 
Near Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGEE8TOWN, MD. 



J. G. DAYHOFF & CO. 



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ORDERS by Telephone, Telegraph or Letter 

Eeceive our personal and prompt attention. SAMUEL FEAST & SONS. 



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2 I, Hoffman Lloyd K. (J. C. Hoffman & Sons), h 55 S, Potomac 
.^ Hoffman William K. (J. C. Hoffman & Sons), 122 E. Washington 
Hoffmaster Freelacd, lab, h 35 E. Franklin 
^ Hoklen Edward H. clerk, h City Hotel bld'g 
tJD Holders William M. saloon and restaurant, 25 S. Potomac, h do 
.C Holliday Miss «allie, h 116 E. Franklin 

^ Hollingsworth Gibson R. veterinary surgeon, h 101 E. Franklin 
vr Holmes Bartley, lab, h 47 E. Church 

Holmes Mrs. Lettie, h 320 N. Jonathan. 
^ Holtz Mrs. Caroline, wid Isaiah, h E. Franklin 
(^ Holtz Miss Wilhelmina, tailoress, h E. Franklin 
Holzapple Henry H. gardener, h 252 E. Antietam 
Holiapple William, wntcbmaker and jeweler, h 252 E. Antietam 
c5 Holtzman James O. (Holtzman & Sbifler), h 101 E. Baltimore 
^Q Holtzman Mrs. Sarah, wid Thomas, h 554 W. Washington 
C Holtzman & Shifler, agricultural implements, 55 E. Washington 
'n Honson John, mason, h Alexander bel Salem av 
g Hook George, cigarmaker, h 322 N. Mulberry 
P Hoopes David, treas. West End Wheel Material Co., h 139 S. 
Jonathan 
Hoover Abraham D. (Stouffer & Hoover), h 439 W. Church 
^ Hoover A. Elder, bookkeeper, h 344 N. Potomac 
C Hoover Caleb C. gardener, h Charter 
'ZH Hoover David C. driver, h 140 E. Franklin 
^ Hoover Edwin C. teacher, h 306 S. Locust 
MM Hoover George, printer, h S. Potomac 

Hoover George D. restaurant, 19 E. Washington, h do 
.^ Hoover Harry, clerk, h S. Potomac 

<I^ Hoover House, H. L. Bollinger, prop, 102 N. Potomac. 
^_, Hoover Henry, coachmaker, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
C Hoover Jacob B. cigarmaker, h 227 N. Mulberry 
3^ Hoover James D. carpenter, h 231 Mulberry 

^ Hoover John, marble cutter, h 54 E. Franklin 
Q Hoover John A. carpenter, h 231 N. Mulberry 
■JTj Hoover Philip, wood turner, h 54 E. Franklin 
Ph Hoover W. Albert, machinist, h 227 N. Mulberry 
^H Hoover William M. engineer, h 49 E. Franklin 

H^^ Hopewell Henry, hostler, h 45 W. Church 
Hopewell Joseph, waiter, h 311 Potomac av 
hn Hopkins Jeffery, restaurant, 4 N. Potomac, h 311 do 
^^ Hopkins Thomas J. restaurant, N. Potomac, h 311 Potomac at 
r. Hopler Fred, gardener, h Charter 
^2 Hopper Charles, weaver, h 74 W. Washington 
P^ Hopper Frank C. silk weaver, h Fair Ground av c N. Mulberry 
rr] Horn Isaiah, foreman, h 211 Salem av 
TT Horn Mr.s. Lucy, wid, h 115 Foundry 

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Horst Abram, gardner, h 15 Frederick ^ 

Horst David, livery, al N. of W. Franklin, h 113 N. Potomac y 

Horst Jacob L. lab, h 558 W. Washington ^ 

Horst John S. h 128 Salem av ^ 

Hose Charles, moulder, h 151 Jefferson ^ 

Hose Daniel, emp spoke works, h Alexander JO 

Hose Fred'k. cigar maker, h 151 Jefferson ^ 

Hose Heory, cooper, h 151 Jefferson OQ 

Hose Henry, farm hand, h 234 N. Locust [son CD 

Hose John P. meat market, N, Mulberry c Jefferson, h 139 Jeffer- *^ 

Hose Samuel, lab, h Alexander 

Hose Samuel C. shoemaker, 45 E. Franklin, h 26 E. Church 

Hose Wm. railroader, h 135 Jefferson 

Hose Wm. repairman, h 415 W. Antietam 

Hosmer Frank P. salesman, h E. North n N. Locust 

Hotel Haiuiltoii, Charles Webb, of J. propr. "W. Washing- ** 

ton c Jonathan. (See adv) f 

Hotel Windsor, W.F. Spalding, propr. 11 and 13 N. Walnut g 

Householder Ellsworth W, cigars, 42 S. Jonathan, h 30 E. Ow 

Franklin g^ 
Householder Theodore A, lab, h 123 E. Antietam ::^ 

Householder Wm. h Central House t^Q 

Houser Miss Annie E. h 125 N. Locust ^W 

Houser Emma K. h 125 N. Locust 33 ^- 

Houser Mrs. Kate, wid Bernard, h 125 N. Locust g 

Houser Samuel O. machinist, h 48 W. Baltimore j» 
Howard William H. supt. and treasurer Hagerstown Ice Co. 

h Prospect nr R. R. ^^^ 

Howell C. R. shirt mfr., h The Baldwin O 
Huber Geo. W. restaurant, 148 W. Franklin, h 150 do 
Huff Harry, emp table works, h 76 Madison av 
Huffer Mrs. Barbara, h 514 W. Washington 
Hughes H. C. (H. C. Hughes & Co.) h Broadway 
Hughes H. C. & Co. tobacconists, 15 W. Washington 
Hughes Isaac, barber, h S. Jonathan 
Hughes Mrs. Laura, wid Louis M. h 211 Prospect 
Hughes Mrs. Sarah, wid H. Robert, h Broadway 

Hull Charles, clerk, h 104 E. Washington \jj 

Hull D. Frank, farming implements, also tax collector, 14 N. m 

Locust, h 104 E. Washington ^la 
Humelsine David F. slater, h 454 W. Church 
Humelsine John A. lab, h 451 W. Church 
Humelsine Manaris, slater, h 11 James 

Humrichouse Edward P. bank clerk, 333 S. Potomac O 

Humrichouse Miss Hattie M. teacher, h 333 S. Potomac *^ 

Humrichouse J. W. physician, 132 W. Washington, h do CD 

Jn nAVUnrr O nn Near B. & O. Depot, Haj^erstown GQ 

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Improvements. One of the Most Cheerful 

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Humrichouse Miss Sarah H. clerk, h 333 S. Potomac J^ 

Hunt Albert B. brakeman, li 211 S. Jonathan 

Hunter James (Hyslop & Hunter), h 127 S. Jonathan ^0 

Huutzbery Dr. A. Victor, dentist, 60 W. Washington, h do b^ 

Huntzbery Howard, harnessmaker, 30 E. Washington, h Jack- ^^ 
son la fW 

Hnrley David M. clerk, h 124 W. Franklin 
Hurley Hezekiah W. stock dealer, h 124 W. Franklin 
Hurley Wm. C. painter, h 124 W. Franklin 
Hurley Wm. J. h The Baldwin 

Hurst John, gardener, h 134 E. Washington 25 

Hutson Geo. R. machinist, h 526 W. Washington 
Hutson Harry H. machinist, h 526 W. Washington 



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Hutzel John L.h 37 N. Walnut ^ H 

Huyett Frisbie F. emp spoke works, h 591 W. Washington hrt 

Huyett Mrs. Lucretia, wid Jacob S. h 121 N. Locust *^ 

Hyde Harry, fireinui, h 30 George q^ 

Hyslop «& 11 IB later, wines and liquors, 127 S. Jonathan. CV 

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RETAIL DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. | 

i^ole Agents and Bottlei-s of 

Eauernschmidt's E::tra Fine Pale Beer. 



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Hyslop Joseph, granite cutter, h 113 E. Antietam ^ 

Ilgenfritz Mrs. Samuel, h 344 W. Washington !_* 

Interstate Fencing Co. P. M. Misher, pres. N. Potomac CI> 

Irvin Harry B. bookkeeper, 29 W. Washington, h 34 W. Frank'n |^ 

Irviu William T. h 34 W. Franklin *^ 

Irving John C. watchmaker, h The Baldwin t^ 
Isaacman N. lab, h Cannon av 

Isanogle Albert B. baker, h 27 S. Potomac t^ 
Isanogle Mrs. E. J. wid Joseph A., h 27 S. Potomac -- 
Isanogle Freeman, emp barber shop, h Foundry S^ 
Isanogle John W. clerk, h 27 S. Potomac tfj 
Iseminger Mrs. Bettie S. bookkeeper,*h 231 S. Jonathan g" 
Iseminger Edwin F. cigarmaker, h 54 E. Franklin g 
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S^ Iseminger Joseph, tailor, h Funkstown 

^K Isenogle John W. carpentpr, h Foundry nr W. Washington 

o^ Isenogle William H. miller, h Foundry nr W. Washington 

,K Isett John B. soap factory, r E. Antietam, h E. North 
"^ Izer Elmer, mason, h 15 George 

;^^ Jackson Anthony, lab, h 221 E. Church 

®^ Jackson Daniel, waiter, h 42 W. Church 
Sr^ Jackson Georere, h 72 Hamilton av 



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Jackson Jacob R. M. granite cutter, 48 Antietam, h Funkstown 
Jackson Ferry, driver, h Brown's av 
^5 Jackson Thomas, lab, h 42 W. Church 
5.2 Jacobs Charles, carpenter, h 106 E. Baltimore 

•s Jacobs Daniel, carpenter, h 106 E. Baltimore 
CJ Jacobs John, clerk, h Jackson la 

Op Jacobs Rodandus H. fireman, h Jackson al nr E. Church 
M James Frederick, lab, h 26 High 
CS James William, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
Jenkins Edwanl, h Antietam nr W. M. R. R. 
Joflfe Max (Joffe & Ruben), h 24 W. Baltimore 
(D Joffe & Ruben, notions, 24 W, Baltimore 
rO Johns Dennis, waiter, h Jail al 

O Johnson Bradley S. sec'y Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Co., W. 
Washington, h Georgetown, D. C. 
Johnson C. E. bookkeeper, h 4 W. Washington 
flN Johnson Charles R. baggage master, h 12 Elizabeth 

a Johnson George, plasterer, h 50 Charles 
Johnson Henry, lab, h Brown av 

O Johnson Rev. Jas. H. A. presiding Elder Potomac District A. 

O M. E. church, h 10 W. Bethel 

"Tx Johnson John H. h 511 S. Potomac 
L,,^ Johnson John W^ clerk, h 34 N. Potomac 
1^ Johnson Levi, quarryman, h Browns ar 
'^ Johnson Mamie, h 148 W. Bethel 
^ Johnson P. h 329 N. Jonathan 

-g « Johnson Mrs. Rose Ann, wid of George W., h 125 E. Baltimore 
^*^ Johnson Samuel B. foreman N. & W. R. R., h 437 W. Antietam 
< Johnson Seton S. lab, h 111 W. Church 

r * Johnston Albert, watchmaker, h 415 W. Washington 
^ Johnston Miss Louisa; seamstress, h 173 W. Franklin 

2 Johnston Solomon F. fireman, h 342 W. Washington 

^ Jones Charles A. clerk, h Elizabeth 

■ ^ JoneN Dr. Andrew J. physician, 144 Franklin, h 116 N. 
P^ Mulberry 

Jones I>r. l>avid W. physician, 146 W. Franklin, h 144 do 
•^ Jones George, lab, h 52 North 

^ Jones Hannah R. h 34 W. Washington 

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Jones H. B. barber, h 34 E. Bethel 

Jones Harry J. cigar mfr, 18 S. Potomac, h do 

Jones John A. lab, h 11 W. Baltimore "• 

Jones John H. (Jones & South), h 310 N. Potomac q 

Jones Rachel K. wid of Lehman, h 232 E. Church 

Jones Mrs. Eobert, wid, h 45 North 

Jones & South ( J. H. Jones and T. B, South), wholesale groc 

era, 28 S. Jonathan 
Jones Thomas D. li 334 Washington 
Jones William, h 310 S. Potomac 
Jones William, lab, h 245 W. Franklin 
Jones William H. lab, h 145 N. Jonathan 
Jones William H. watchman, h 313 N. Mulberry 
Joslyn Mrs. Barbara, wid of Edward, h 424 W. Washington 
Joslyn William H. clerk, 9 Public sq, h 424 W. Washington |-a 

Joynes George A. B. (Joynes, Litchtield & Co.), h 12 Cannon av ^ 
Joynes, Litchfield & Co. feed, S. Locust ^. 

Joynes Mrs. Sarah, wid. John T. R. h 12 Cannon KJ 

Julius George, h 231 S. Potomac ?3 

Jumper Sallie, h 151 N. Jonathan W 

Kailer Capt. David, h 39 E. Frauklin 
Kailer Elmer F. carpenter, h 39 E. Franklin 
Kailer George D. clerk, h 39 E Frauklin 
Kailer Thomas H. 39 E. Frauklin P 

Kale Frederick, painter, h 53'.t S. Potomac ^^ 

Kale Mrs. John, wid, S. Potomac nr limits ^' 

Kale Joseph, buss driver, h 112 W. Antietam W 

Kanaga Charle?, telegrapher, C. V. R. R. h 536 W. Washington q 
Kane Mrs. Theresa, h 230 E. Antietam K^ 

Kanffman Edward^S. conductor C. V. R. R. b 29 Foundry © 

Kauffman George, shoemaker, h 19 George 

Kauffman Henry, shoemaker, 19 George, h do ^P 
Kaufman James A. h S. Jonathan, nr IS. & W. R. R. ct" 
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li IfATHIirr AI. IiBI liUMBKR. Lath. Lime. Cement, Sash. ^ 

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8 Kaufman Oscar, cigarmaker, h 37 Antietam 
Q Kaufman Mrs. Lenora, wid, h 106 E. Antietam 
•4-9 Kausler John H. teller Hagerstown Bank, h 70 W. Washington 
CQ Kausler John S. clerk Hagerstown Bank, h 70 W. Washington 
JJ^ Kausler Joseph, Moore Heating Co. h 13 E. Washington 
Kaylor Robert, mattress maker, h Wayside 
Kealhofer Mrs. Mary E. wid of George, h 102 Prospect 
Kealhofer William, lawyer, 61 W. Washington, h 102 Pros- 
pect. (See adv) 



WILLIAM KEALHOFER 

Eavey & Lane Building, 

HAGERSTOWN, . _ . _ MARYLAND. 



Keedy A. Osborn, weaver, h Jackson av 

Keedy C. King, (Zeigler & Bro.) h King and E. Antietam 

Keedy Charles N. h Jackson av 

Keedy Rev. Cornelius li. pres. Kee Mar College for young 

women, E. Antietam c King 
Keedy Mrs. Delia, wid, h Jackson av 
Keedy Henry H. lawyer, 61 Washington, also pres. Second 

Nat. Bank, h 106 Prospect 
Keedy Henry H. jr. law student, h 168 Prospect 
Keedy Herbert emp. N. & W. R. R. h Jackson av 



J. MARBOURG KEEDY, 

Attorney-at-Law, 

EC:A.C3-ElR>STOVs7^3Sr, Is/LJD. 



PC\ Keedy J. iWarbourg, lawyer, 17 S. Jonathan, h E. Antietam 
^H nr Seminary. (See adv) 

rt{ Keedy Iff. Is. lawyer, also vice pres. Herald Publishiug Co. 1 
HM Court pi, h King nr E. Antietam. (See adv) 



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Keedy Eeuben M. h 45 S. Potomac 

Keedy «& liane, (H. H. Keedy and J. C. Lane), lawyers, 61 
W. Washington. (See adv) 



HENRY H. KEEDY. 



J. CLARENCE LANE 




Attorneys 



and Counselors at Law, 

HAGERSTOWN, MD. 



Keedy Wyant M. city clerk, h E. Antietam and Kiug 

Keefauver John F. plasterer, h 43 High 

Keefauver M. F. h 35 N. Locust 

Keefer Miss Carrie, h 243 W. Franklin 

Keefer David, h 285 Washington ay 

Keefer Frank A. lab, h 285 Washington av 

Keefer Miss May, h 39 E. Bethel 

Kee Mar Colle«»:e, for Young Women, Eev. C. L. Keedy, pres. 

King and E. Antietam 
Keener Amos, groceries. High c Salem av. (See adv) 



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Dealer in 

GROCERIES, 

PROVlSlOiXS, 

NOTIONS. &C. 

Corner Irfalem Ave., and HiKh Street, 

HAGERSTOWN, - Maryland. 

BEEBIES snd FHI7ITS in Season. 

Cash buys better Bargains than Credit, call 
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Keerl Charles F. h 304 W. Washington 

Keerl Henry B. h 304 W. Washington 

Keerl Lydia A. wid of Charles F. h 304 W. Washington 

Kees Cornelia, wid of Singleton, h 237 N. Jonathan 

Kees Henry, lab, h 70 Hamilton av 

Keeshner Frank, typewriter, h 107 W. Antietam 

Keiner Godfrey, millinery, 50 W. Washington, h 24 E. Antietam 

Keiser Frank, waiter, h 32 E. Bethel 

Manufacturers & dealers in Sash, 

Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of 

every deBcription. 

Near the Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERSTOWN, MD. 



J. G. DAYHOFF & GO. 



White and Purple Violets, 



SAMtTEL FEAST & SONS, 

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j^ « Keiser John, waiter, h 103 W. Antietam 
^"^ Keiser Mrs. Mary, wid, h 130 W. Antietam 

•V Keiser Truman, h 121 North 
W Keller Ann Miss, h E. North 

^ Keller Benjamin F. bookkeeper, h 24 E. Washington 
^ Keller Miss Eliza J. teacher, h 102 E. Washington 
O Keller Mrs. Eliza J. wid Thomas, h E. 102 Washington 
;*^ Keller Frank H. clerk, h 24 E. Washington 
CZ2 Keller Miss Katie, h 301 S. Potomac 

Q Kelley Mrs. Agues, h 132 W. Washington [132 do 

fH Kelley Malcolm S. books and news depot, 23 W. Washington, h 
.Jh Kelley Mrs. Sallie, wid, h 39 N. Walnut 
Kelly John E. teacher, h 27 E. Bethel 
Kelly Lewis D. clerk, h E. North nr N. Mulberry 
^ Kemmerling Albert, gardener, h Mill 
Kemmerling Anton, gardener, h Mill 
Kemp Elmer, mechanic, h Mechanic 



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Kendall John, cabinet maker, h 565 W. Washington 
Kendall A. J. h 565 W. Washington 
Kendell Mrs. Amelia, wid, h 311 Salem av 

5|5 Kendell G. Henry, emp spoke works, h 18 Norway av 

rt Kendell John W. gardener, h 236 E. Washington 
'r-i Kennedy Benj. lab, h 138 W. Antietam 
fQ Kennedy Frances, wid Dr. Howard, h 155 W. Washington 

^ Kennedy Maria H. B. wid Frank, h 125 Prospect 

JIj Kenner Samuel F. fireman. Valley Hotel 

H Kenner W. T. fireman, h Valley Hotel 
Q, Keppler Laura M. clerk, h E. Bethel 
^^ Kershner Joseph I. grocer and broom mfr. E. Church cor N. 

K^ Mulberry, h do 

^ Key Eliza, wid Judson, h North bel Jonathan 

qJ Keyton John, machinist, h N. Locust 



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PEERLESS FAMILY REMEDIES. 

German Oil, Peerless Cough Cure, Ready Relief, Universal Pain Kxterminator. Peerless 
Dyspepsy Cure, Teething Balm and Peerless Vegetable Liver Pills. 
\ ' For sale by Druggists and all dealers in Medicines. 

'* Address for Circulars and Price List. 

CC 22 So. Jonathan Street, HAGERSTOWN, MD 

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Kiefer I>r. C. R, mfr. of the Peerless Family Kemedies. 22 5^ 

S. Jonathan, h 38 Potomac. (See adv) 
Kiefer Miss Elizabeth B. artist, 61 W. Washington, h 229 ^ 

Potomac av 
Kiefer John B. bank clerk, h 229 Potomac av . . 

Kieffer Rev. J. Spaugler, pastor First Reformed Church, h 229 ^J 

Potomac av 
Kidney Rev. John, h 29 Elizabeth 
Kidney Matthew S. emp table works, h 27 Elizabetli 
King Asbury, driver, h 28 Church 

King Miss Cora, h 24 N. Mulberry 2J 

King Geo. driver, h 38 W. Church 

King Hiram, wheelwright, h 24 N. Mulberry ^, 

King Miss Laura C. teacher, h 237 W. Franklin H 

King Samuel L. h 237 W. Franklin M 

King Wm. B. photographer, 48 W. Washington, h do ^^ 

Kinghton Clarence H. clerk, Franklin House 
Kiunor Charles, tailor, h 208 E. Franklin 
Kinsell Johu W. h 15 Madison 

Kinsell Wm. weavt^r, h 567 W. Washington Cj 

Kinsey James H. emp N. & W. R. R, Q 

Kirk Harry I. h Hotel Hamilton ^ 

Kirshner Milton, foreman, Cushwa coal yard, h Cook 
Kirkpatrick David, plasterer, h 39 E. Washington ^ 

Kittle Mrs. Annie, h 542 N. Jonathan sss 

Kittle Henry, lab, h 542 N. Jonathan § 

Kittle John, lab, h 542 N. Jonathan ^ 

Kitwell Frank D. telegrapher, h 133 E. Vntietam 
Kitzmiller Wm. E. moulder, h 430 N. Jonathan 
Kliiiger Prof. O. O. principal, Kee Mar College, h do 
Kuauff Orin A. emp table works, h 29 Madison av 
Knight Mrs. Josepliiue B. wid Charles M. h 14 N. Foundry 
Knode Annie E. wid, h 8 S. Potomac 
Knode Mrs. E. wid, h 52 W. Franklin 
Knode Edward, h 55 S, Potomac 
Knode Elias 11. grocer, 222 S Potomac, h 220 do 
Knode Harriet, h 55 S. Potomac 

Knode Louise M. wid of Simon, h 55 W. Washington qo 

Knode Mrs. Louisa, wid, h 55 Potomac 
Knode Miss Ora E. h 220 S. Potomac 
Knodle Mrs Mary A. wid William, h 131 N. Potomac 
Knodle William H. painter, h 63 E, Autietam 
Koehler Chas, V. h 337 Potomac av 
Kochennour Harry, moulder, h 117 N, Locust 
Kocliler Hertiian C station agent, W. M. R. R., h 337 Po- 
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Kohler Daniel, salesman, h 527 S. Potomac 

Kohler Milton, jeweler,17 W.Washington, h 421 Potomac av 

(See adv) 



Established 1851 



Established 1851. 



A^ILTOnSI' KIOHILEIK;, 




Practical 

WATCHMAKER 

and JF.^VSIiKR, 

Dealer in Fine Watches. ClockB, 

Diamonds, Art Goods, Jewelry, 
Silverware. Spectacles. &c. Special 
Attention Given to Kepairing Fine 
"Watches, < 'locks. JeTPelry 
I am prepared to Grind and Fit all 
kinds of Spectacles and Eye Glasses 
at Short Notice. Eyes Examined Free 
of ( liarge. 
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Koogle Alva F. carpenter, h 129 E. Franklin 

Koogle John W. salesman', h 129 E. Franklin 

Koogle George, h 106 E. Antietam 

Koplon Victor, h 72 W. Franklin 

Kord M. picture frames, 44 W. Franklin, h do 

Kregelo Mrs. Jennie, wid, h 115 E. Washington 

Kreitz Conrad, plasterer, h 215 N. Mulberryab Church 

Kretzer Albert, clerk, h Marv Ann ab Jackson al 

Kretzer B. Franklin, h 442 (Teorge 

Kretzer Harry, lab, h 412 George 

Kretzer Joseph E. mechanic, h 119 E. Washington 

Kretzer Mrs. Lizzie, wid, h 442 George 

Kridler Harvey, painter, n 181 Jefiferson 

Krieg Charles, lab, h Cannon av 

Krohberger Christian, coremaker, h 12 N. Mulberry 

Krotzer Joseph, carpenter, h 310 S. Potomac 

Kuhn William, stock dealer, h Franklin House 

Kuntz John, driver, h George 

Kuntz John R. h 38 George 

Kuntz John B. bookbinder, h N. Jonathan nr Franklin 

Lakin J. B. grocer, 58 S. Potomac, h S. Locust nr S. Potomac 

Lakin Walter H. cleik, h 112 E. Washington 

La Mar M. T. conductor B. & O. R. R.. h 217 S. Jonathan 

La Mar L. J. clerk U. S. Express Co. h 309 S. Potomac 

Lambert Miss Blanche, \i 432 Potomac av 

Lambert George P. (S. M. Bloom & Co.), h 332 Potomac av 



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Lambert Jacob E. clerk W. M. R. R. freight depot, h 46 E. hH 

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Lambert Mrs. John, wid, h 31 E. Bethel 
Lambert John D. lab, h 31 E. Bethel 
Lambert Miss Martha, h 31 E. Bethel 

Lamkin Clifton D. clerk, h 51 Broadway PO 

Lamkiu S. Lewis, contractor, h 51 Broadway ^ 
L.tndis Christley, prop. Central Hotel, Public Square cor S. Po- OQ 

tomac, h do CD 

Landis Elmer, conductor, h 220 W. Franklin *^ 
Landis Henry N. Cf^ntral Hotel 
Landis Martin H. railroader, h 139 W. Franklin 

Lane Charles S. (Eavey, Lane & Co.), h 150 Prospect >^ 

Lane Clirence J. h 168 N. Potomac ^■^ 

l<ane J. riareiioe, (Keedy & Lane), lawyer, h Prospect bel 

W. Baltimore " 

Lane William P. (Eavey, Lane & Co.) h 217 Prospect /^ 

Lang Mrs, Mary E. wid of Solomon, h 234 S. Potomac h< 

Lang Thomas, cigar maker, h 36 S. Potomac P 
Lantz J. M. prof, bookkeeping and penmanship, Wolf Business i 

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Largent Frank, h 10 Norway av , 1^ 
Laughlin Rev. David, pastor Presbyterian church, h 20 Prospect l^' 

Lautz Uaniel, supt letter carrier, h Fair Ground av C5 

Lautz Mrs. Louisa, wid William, h Fair Ground av ^ 
Lautz Mrs. Mary, wid, h 157 S. Locust 

Late Jacob L. bricklayer, h 36 8. Locust Cj 
Lawrence Andrew C. court bailiff, h 533 N. Jonathan 
Lawrence Charles L. silk weaver, h 5o3 N. Jonathan 
Lawrence Jerome M. sexton St. Mary's cemetery.h 124 Salem av ty* 

Lawrence John, em p agricultural wks, h 119 E. Washington 1— •• 

Lawrence John P. lab, h 37 Winter CD 

Lawrence Miss Martha, h 215 W. Washington *^ 

Lawrence Noah, carpenter, h N. Jonathan boy W. M. R, R. .7^ 
Lawrence Otto, lab, h W. Antietam 

Lawrence Peter, miller, h 22 S. Mulberrv o 

Lawrence William A. silk weaver, h 24 Salem av ^ 

Lawson Mrs. Isabella, wid of John, h 235 Potomac av *« 

Leach J. William, gardener, h 218 E. Antietam ^ 

Leaman Howard, teacher, h 42 E. North 2^ 

Leaman John F. clerk, 8 W. Washington, h 42 E. North ^ 

Lechlider Alexander A, h 427 W. Washington P*- 
Lechlider Bros. (Frank A. & Martin L.) juuk, fertilizer, and oils H 

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Lechlider Frank A. (Lechlider Bros.) h 320 Potomac av g 

Lechlider Martin L. (Fiechlider Bros.) h 427 W. Washington ^ 

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H 35 Lecron Ernest, farmer, h 33 N. Locust 

pu e Lecron Mrs. Jacob, wid, h 33 N. Locust 

j^^ Lee Arthur, waiter. Hotel Hamilton, h do 

^ Lee Benjamin, lab, h 333 W. Church 

^ Lee Mrs. Thomas, h 4i W. Churcli 

^ Lefever Thomas S. h 36 Elizabeth 

.4^ Leggett Hattie, box maker, h 239 S. Potomac 

•^ Leggett Jasper N. restaurant, 27 N. Jonathan, h 241 S. Potomac 

^2 Leggett John, marble polisher, h 239 S. Potomac 

Q^ Leggett John F. grocer. 69 W. Franklin, h 67 do 

Q) Lehman Claud, apprentice, book binder, h North 

^ Leibold Mrs. Catharine, wid. h 257 S. Potomac 

rQ Leibold Lewis E. lab, h 257 S. Potomac 

Leibold Miss Mary, h 257 S. Potomac 

CS Leightner Jacob B. (Bruce & Leightner), h 24 W. Church 



v-* Leister Daniel B. h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
^ Leiter Miss Bessie, h E. North nr N. Locust 
,^ Leiter Miss Carrie, clerk, h 148 S. Locust 
■4^ Leiter Edwin C. oil dealer, h S. Locust 
Leiter Frank, brakeman, h E. North n N. Locust 
O Leiter Creo. T. deputy clerk, Court House, E. North n N. Locust 
IZ^I Leiter John O. h 1 E. Baltimore 
(jQ Leiter Mrs. Sarlie, wid Louis, h 148 S. Locust 

Leitner Wm. lab, h 146 W. Church bel Walnut 
^ Levy Jacob, h 150 S. Potomac 
M Lewis Benj. mechanic, h 537 S. Potomac 
Co Lewis Dennis F. farmer, h 299 Green la 

Lewis John B. porter, The Baldwin, h 147 N. Jonathan 

Lewis John C. bartender, ^am's Cafe, h W. Franklin cor North 

Jonathan 
Lewis Mrs. Millie, wid, h 131 W. Bethel 
^ Lewis Mrs. Sarah, wid, h 234 N. Jonathan 
2 Lewis Wm. mason, h 13 George 
Lias Charles, h 120 E. Wnshingtou 
Lias Geo. painter, h 120 E Washington 
Lias John, carpenter, h 31 E. Baltimore 
Lightcap Stephen G. hotel, 36 anil 3S S. Walnut 
Lightner Jacob B. (Bruce & Lightupr), h 24 W. Church 
Linden Joseph, mechanic, h 51 E. Bethel 
^^ Linebaugh Francis A. turner, h Foundry nr W. Washington 
Linebaugh Joseph J. fireman, h 423 W. Church 
Linebaugh S unuel, driver, h 423 W. Church 
Linebaugh Siniuei, jr., wood worker, h Foundry 
Linebaugh Miss Susan, 39 North 
^_ Little Miss Birdie V. dressmaker, h 37 E. Baltimore House 

rv Little Charles A. State's Attorney, Court House, h Franklin 

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Little Elizabeth, wid of Daniel F. h 50 W. Franklin ^ 

Little John W. clerk, B. k O. Depot, b 31 N. Locust 

Little Mrs. Margaret A. b 37 E. Baltimore OC) 

Little Percy H. insurance, b 231 S. Jonatban HH 

Lizer Samuel, lab, b al r Cbnrcli, bev Jonatban ^Lj 

Llojd James W. lab, h 36 Winter ' fv 

Lloyd Jobn D. emp. tel. pin f ictory, b 3(i Winter ^H 

Loewenstein Bros. &, Co. clothiers, 5 W. Washington <^ 

Loewenstein David, (Loewenstein Bros. & Co.), h at Frederick ^^ 

Logan INIrs. Margaret, wid of William, h 02 W. Franklin |^ 

Logan William, li 62 W. Franklin 2} 

Logue James T. emp Bicycle Works, b 238 S. Potomac ^ 

Lohr Jobn, cigar bosmaker, N. Mulberry ab Broadway, b do H ^ 

Long Clarence, lab, b 333 S. Locust ^ [Franklin H 

Long Harry P. driver Adams Express Co., b N. Foundry nr W. h^ 

Long Horace, engineer, h 124 High 

Long James W. express messenger, h 26 Madison av 

Long Mrs. John R. wid, b 28 George 

Long Samuel H. chief clerk, C. V. R. B. freight office, b Hotel 

Hamilton 

Lookabaugh Adam, clerk American House, h 243 W. Franklin (^ 

Loonan Harry, lab, h Fair Ground av J 
Loose Frank E. b 186 S. Jonathan 

Loose Frederick, clerk, h 186 S. Jonatban ^S^ 

Loof^e Henrietta B. wid of Joseph B. h 31 Prospect oig; 

Loose Mis. Henry C. wid, b 31 Prospect gi?. 

Loose J. Piersou, bank clerk, b 31 Prospect » ^ 

Loose Miss Louise, teacher, Kindergarten, b 180 S. Jonathan £^ 

Lorshbaugh Jacol?, meat market, 417 W. Washington, b do g;" 



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Losh J. C. salesman, Ordway's Public Square " "" 

Loudenslager Everbart, mason, b 207 W. Franklin „^ 

Loudenslager George, mason, h 219 High C^ 
Loudenslager Henry, mason, b 24 George 
Loudenslager John, mason, b 14 Winter 

Loudenslager William, mason, h 24 George ~^ 

Lout Mrs. Amelia, widow George, b 36 E. Washington hO 

Lout M. Kate, dressmaker, b 36 E. Washington pi-j 

Love Mrs. Susan, wid William, h 212 Potomac av jD 

Lowe Miss Berti« C. h 122 High C^ 
Lowe Miss Florence E. b 122 High 

Lowe Miss Gertrude A. b ] 22 High g^ 

Lowe Robert W. fireman, b 122 High ^L 

Lowman Daniel W. carpenter, h 160 W. Franklin . H^- 

Lowman Rov, shoemaker, h 166 W. Franklin 3 

Lowry Clagget D. lab, b 424 W. Church O 

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o « liucas Alfred W. (Blew & Lucas), h 422 Potomac av 

^^ Lucas Wm. G. conductor, b 239 Potomac av 

^ Lucas Jerome P. manager Hagerstown Electric Company, h 113 

^ S. Potomac 

of Luflden J. Harrv, salesman, h Central Hotel 
^p Luft Mrs. John, wid, h 423 W. Antietam 

Ludwig Frederick, printer, h 249 S. Potomac 
^ Ludwig Mrs. Frederick, wid, h 249 S. Potomac 
^ Lumm Mrs. Margaret A. wid, h Mary Ann 
<P Lushbaugh B. Frank, conductor, h 68 E. Church 
O Lushbaugh Charles H. plasterer, h 62 Elizabeth 
^ Lushbaugh Harry E. mason, h 56 E. Church 
fij Lushbaugh James, plasterer, h 451 George 
^ Lushbaugh John H. plasterer, h 149 W. Bethel 
^ Lushbaugh John H. plasterer, h W. Antietam 
Lushbaugh Wm. T. plasterer, h 218 E. Antietam 
Luther G. Wm. tailor, 20 W. Washington, h 1251 N. Locust 
^H Luther Mrs. Hiram, wid, h 62 E. Antietam 
\^ Lutz Albertus, Spoke k Bending Co. h W. Church 
^ Lutz Dorsey, student, h W. Church c Winter 
.^j Lutz Thomas W. h W. Church c Winter 
O Lyday Eugene C. clerk, Hotel Hamilton, h do 

W Lyons Mrs. B. M. wid, h 219 Prospect 
Lyons Jacob, novelty store. Public sq, h The Baldwin 
rt McAllister James, lab, h 25 Jefferson 
Q McBee Harrison P. lab, h 410 W. Church 
.^j McCall Charles, h S. Jonathan n W. Baltimore 
fj McCall Miss Mary S. cailoress, h 106 N. Mulberry 
K. McCall Eobert, lab, h S. Jonathan n W. Baltimore 
Q McCall Samuel, lab, h S. Jonathan n W. Baltimore 
McCall xtlrs. David, wid, h Jonathan bel Baltimore 
McCall Wm. mason, h S. Jonathan bel Baltimore 
McCammou Charles E. butcher, h 159 S. Locust 
g,^ McCammon Mrs. Amanda, wid Thomas, h 159 S. Locust 
<X, McCaun James, lab, h 217^ E. Franklin 
-1 .2 McCardell A. printer, h N. Foundry 
'^ McCardell Alfred H. marble cutter, h 224 S. Potomac 
McCardell Anna E. wid Ulten F. h 58 Elizabeth 
mcCardell Bros. (W. H. and O. D.) boots and shoes, clothi- 
ers, and gents' furnishers, 5 N. Potomac. (See adv) 
McCardell Mrs. Catharine, wid Wilfred D. n l46 N. Potomac 
WM McCardell Jonas S. foreman. Globe office, h 58 Elizabeth 
p^ MoCitrdcll O. ©.(McCardell Bros.), h 148 N. Potomac 

McCardell Thomas E. job printer, 60 W. Washington, h 40 S. 
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g McCardell Ulten F. clerk, h 58 Elizabeth 



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McCardell Wm. h 15 N. Foundry 
McCarter Geo. policeman, h 44 Elizi»beth 
McCarter Miss Jennie B. h 123 E. Franklin 
McCarter Mrs. Kate A. wid Albert A. h 123 £. Franklin 
McCarter Thomas H. butcher, h 415 W. Church 
McCarter Wm. A. railroader, h Jackson al 
McCartney Joseph S. h 45 W. Washington 
McCauley Charles, stock dealer, h 4 E. Antietam 
McCauley Dr. Charles, physician, 116 S. Potomac, h do 
McCauley Edgar, stock dealer, h i E. Antietam 
McCauley Henry, h 128 S. Potomac 
McClary Frank, gardener, h 126 E. Church 

McClaveWiUiamH.mgr.StandardOilCo.hPotomac av nrW.M.E.R. 
McCleary Emery, teamster, h N. Locust 
McCleary Jacob B. millwright, h 62 E. Franklin 
McCleary John H. lab, h 106 E. Church 
McClelian James G. conductor, h 44 E. North 
McOlory Newton, student, h 576 W. Washington 



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2 RlcComas Miss Ada, li 335 Potomac av 
u McComas Frederick C. li The Baldwin 

^ McComa'» Fred F. (L. E. & F. F. McComas), li 433 Potomac av 
j^j McComas Frederick W. clerk, h 429 Potomac av 
jT . McComas H. A. & Co. (Henry A. Comns), insurance agents and 

real estate brokers, 72 W. Washinfrton 
^ McComMS Henry A. (^H. A. McComas & Co.) h 429 Potomac av 
I McComas John E. h 51 S. Potomac 
o^J McComas Joseph P. lawyer, h 429 Potomac av 
^/^ McComas L.E. & F.F. (Louis E.& Fred F.)la\vyers,19 S.Jonathan 
^ McComas Hon. Louis E, (L.E.& r.F.Comas),130 W. AVasbington 
'^ McComas I^ouis F. as&t, postmaster, h 335 Potomac av 

• INIcComas Miss Mary, li 335 Potomac av 
Z^ McComas "William C. real estate, h 500 Potomac av [av 

'^ McCombs William C. real est.ite, 104 W.Washiu<];ton,h 545 Potomac 
•^ McCoy David W. painter, h 149 S. Jonathan 
(D McCoy Frank, baker, h Iti N. Potomac 

McCoy J. Robeit, p.dnter, h 149 S. Jonathan 
McCoy Theodore E. bricklayer, h 5 Norway av 
McCreery Samuel, banker, h 430 W. Washington 
McCrory Harry, cigar maker, h E. Franklin 
McCrory Robert, cooper, h 230 E. FrankUn 
^ McCrory William R. tiosmith, 231 N. Jonathan, h 233 do 
,^ McCune Charles B. h 8 E. Church 
(J McCnne John T. saddler, 37 N. Potomac, li 8 E. Church 

McCune Henry A. harness maker, h 8 E. Church 
O McCune Walter A. harness maker, h G E, Church 
McDade Samuel, clerk, h 221 High 
McDado William E. h Broadway 
McDevitt Mrs. Mary, wid, h 25 N. Walnut 
McDonald Mrs. Amelia, wid, h 125 Salem av 
P^ McDowell George W, carpenter, h 12 John 

McDowell William M. lawyer, 13 S. Jonathan, h 175 Prospect 
.2 McGinniss George H. cigarmaker, h. 3G7 S. Potomac 
^ McGiuuiss William F. cigarmaker, h 3G7 S. Potomac 
7^ McGowan John B. car inspector, h 704 W. Washington 
^ McGrew Alexander, contractor, h 119 High 









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McGrew William S. carpenter, h 119 High 
MeGruder Johu C. emp C. V. R. R. h 122 E. Bethel 
McGuire Mrs. Jane, h 249 S. Locust 

1^ McHenry Daniel, lab, h Antietam nr W. M. R. R. 

}f2m{ McKain George, emp Washington, D. C. h 12 George 
McKain George B. emp. W. AL R. R., h 12 George 

"^ McKain Wiiliam, engineer, h 14 George 

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McKce BroAi. (Charles E. S. acd Wiiliam C), hardware, HH 

paiuts, oils aud wooden ware, 28 and 30 N. Potomac. ^^ 

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9IeKee Br. i'harles E. S. (McKee Bros.), h 32i) Potomac CC 

McKee Edwin J. clerk h 329 Potomac av 

McKee Miss Eva, h 38 N. Potomac O 

McKee J. Stanley, clerk, b 40 W. Franklin Q 
McKee Miss Olivia M. h 38 N. Potomac 
McKee R. Donald, student, h 329 Potomac av 

MeKee William C (McKee Bros.), h Potomac av bej p:3 

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McKenzie Charles, mechanic, b N. Mulberry ^' 

McLane William, emp table wks, b 76 Madison av CJ* 

McLaughlin Harry D. bakery, 37 S. Potomac, b do cd 

McLaughlin Clyde R. tailor, b 43 E. Washington _^ 

McLaughlin & Co. livery, rear The Baldwin ^" 

McLaughlin Mrs. James R. wid, b iGo Prospect c-*^ 

McLaughlin Mrs. John F. wid, b 107 E. Antietam 5t 

McLaughlin Miss Mary, b 105 Prospect Q 

McLaugblin'Samuel Z. (McLaugbbu & Co.), b 43 E. Washington J^ 

McLaughlin William J. upholsterer, b 1U7 W. Antietam ^_^ 

McNamee Job, cooper, h 240 E. Antiet mi O 

McNamee Margaret, tailoress, b 240 E. Antietam |s^ 

McNamee Mary A. tiiloress, li 210 E. Antietam •^ 

McNamee Susan J. tailoress, h 240 E. Ant etim t^ 
Mace George W. mason, b 110 E. Baltimore 

Mace Jacob R. lab, b 326 N. Mulberry t^ 

Mace Mrs. Theodore E. wid, b 328 N. Mulberry " 

Mackay Robert B. hostler, b 35 W. Church g* 

Maddox Warner W. lab, h 58 W. Fraukbn ^ 

Magaba David, mason, h (JO Madison av g- 

Magaba James, b GO Madison av 3 



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Mail Publishing: Co., (Tlie), R. J. Hamilton and J. T. Bris- 
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Main John D. boots and shoes, 23 N. Potomac, h 218 Potomac 
Maisack Charles A. salesman, h 28 N. Mulberry 
Maisack Frank, machinist.h 235 S. Jonathan 
Maisack Jacob F. carpenter, h 235 S. Jonathan 
Maisack Jacob F. jr., freight handler, h 245 S. Jonathan 
Haisaok William H. barber, 7 W. Franklin, h 235 S. Jona- 
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Malone Mrs. Mary, wid, h 39 N. Walnut 

Mandeville James (McLaughlin <fe Co.), h Mechanicstown 

Manious Edward, lab, h 30 High 

Manions John, brickmaker, h 30 High 

Manning Charles C. civil engineer, h Hotel Hamilton 

Mansion House, W. Riley, prop. 303 and 3u5 W. Washington 

jflanuiii^ Charles F. treas. Water Co. also sec'y. and treas. 

Hagerstown Light and Heat Co. 8 N. Jonathan, h Hotel 

Hamilton 
Mantz George, h 135 S. Jonathan 

Mantz Minnie S. clerk, 17 W. Washington, h 135 S. Jonathan 
Mantz Peter, engineer, h 135 S. Jonathan 
Manyett James B. conductor, h 503 W. Washington 
March James, lab, h 441 George 
Markell Harry, mechanic, h 249 N. Mulberry 
Markell Milton, repairer, h 249 N. Mulberry 
Markell William, plasterer, h 249 N. Mulberry 
Marker Benjamin, lab, h 208 Jackson al 
Marktie William, clerk, h N. Mulberry 
Marpell A. H. brakeman, h Valley House 



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Marr Andrew H. h 18 Salem av ^ 

Marr Miss E. Kate, clerk, h 104 W. Franklin H^j 

Marr Miss Helen 0. clerk, b 104 W. Franklin ^ 

Marr William, blacksmith, rear 108 W. Franklin, h 104 do ^ 

Marr William A. blacksmith, h 310 W. Franklin P 

Marshall Mrs. Catharine E. wid of James, h 316 N. Potomac M 

Marshall Mrs. Mary C. wid, h 34 E. Antietam OQ 

Marshall John H. plasterer, h 41 E. Baltimore CD 

Marshall Mrs. M. E. h 224 Potomac av ^ 
Marsher Mark, gardener, h 114 North 
Martin Abram W. trav. agent, S. Locust c S. Potomac 
Martin Charles A. h 123 E. Washington 

Martin Charles E. printer, h N. Locust c Bethel CJ 

Martin Clifford P. bookkeeper, h 455 W. Washington O 

Martin Clarence, emp factory, h 21 Salem av -* 
Martin C. W. raihoMdcr, h N. Locust c Bethel ^ 

Martin David C. haness maker, 17 N. Jonathan,h 27 E.Franklin ^3 

Martin David C. h 60 E. Washington pft 

Martin Henry C. quarrymau, h 138 W. Franklin ca 

Martin John, clerk, h 21 Salem av ■ $-% 

Martin John A. tinsmith, N. Potomac, h 122 W. Franklin " H 

Martin John C. driver, h 15 Sal«m av ^^ 

Martin John D. h 21 Salem av tT 

Martin Lewis Z. clerk B. & O. freight depot, h 8 E. North *^ 

Martin Mrs. Mary E. h 25 Elizabeth ^ 






Martin Mrs. Susie, h 9 S. Potomac 

Martin Samuel D. (Martin & Stover), h 60 E. Washington 

Martin S. Z. h The Baldwin 

Martin William H. farmer, h 25 Elizabeth t^ 

Martin tfe Stover, (S, D. Martin & D. Stover), stoves, tinware, &c, >Q 

S. E. cor Public Square 

Martz Ellas C. tobacconist, h Public Square HH 

Martz Shelby C. cigar mfr. N. Public Sq. h S. Mulberry nr E. ^ 

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Maryland Beneficial Association, (The) F. S. Barrick, manager, ^^ 

P. O. bldg, N. Jonathan 

Mash Beverly, lab, h al r N. Jonathan hH 

Ulason Alexander H. (Stonebraker & Mason), h 120 W. eg 

Washington ^Ij 

Mason Dr. Augustine S.physician, 118 W. Washington, h 120 do rt^ 

Mason Charles T. telegrapher, 52 W. Washington, h Franklin House m 

Mason Mrs. J. T. wid, h Hotel Hamilton P 

Mason J. Augustine, lawyer, 115 W. Washington, h 120 do O 

Mask Isaac (j. foreman, h 30 Madison av ^ 

Matthews Henry B. stockdealer, h 128 E. Antietam O 

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gi Maugaus Frank, printer, h 23 E. North 
[-§ Maugaus Fred. W. machinist, h 35 E. North 
'^< Maugaus Louis W. lab, h 1 E. Baltimore 

."^ Maugaus Maitiu A. carpenter, h 35 E. North 
^ Maurer Mrs. Catherine, wid of Jacob, h Walnut cor Washington 

^! May Albeit N. lab, h Mary Ann cor Jackson al 

^ -g May George F. emp factor}', h Jackson al 

^■^ May George J. lab, h Mary Ann cor Jackson al 

-gll May Henry, lab, h Jackson av cor E. Church 

f^^ May Henry, watchman, h Winter 

« *^ May Margaret L. wid of Frpderick, h Mary Ann cor Jackson al 

^•^ May Wilhelmina L. h 220 N. Potomac 

^ Mavhew Clement W. tailor, h 226 E. Franklin 

^L Mayhew James, h 20 High [av, h do 

^ i^ffayiiard I>r. J. II. physician and surgeon, 340 N. Potomac 

H Maynard Miss Rena, h 37 Elizabeth 

^ Maynard Mrs. C. M. wid, h 37 Elizabeth 

Mealey Kdwaril W. lawyer, also cashier Hagerstown Bank, 
h 101 W. Washington 

^ Jllecliaiiic.s' lioaii nii<l Saviiig.s Institute, George B. 
rQ Oswald, jnes.. William W. Stover., sec'y and treas. 27 W. 

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MenefeeD. B. fireman, h 19 Norway av 
Mciigel iNitai*, prop Franklin House 

ITIeiigel William T. clerk Franklin House, h do 

aMeutzerCharlesT. clerk, h 34 W. Franklin 
Meutzer Josoph C. conductor, h 524 W. Washington 

O Mentzer Joseph P. bookkeeper, h 26 E. Franklin 

^ Mentzer Lewis L. paper-boxraaker, 25 E. Franklin, h do 

Q Meiitzer bamuel, gardener, h 44 Wayside av 
^^ Meredith Charles B. leather, 10 S. Public sq, h do 
[^ Meredith Lydia E. tailoress, h 41 Foundry 

'^ Meredith Yeuiah T. marble works, 321 W. Washington, h 41 
o Foundry 

•^ 2 Merritt Daniel H. blacksmith, h 292 Washington av 
^^ MetzerMary, h 31 W. Bethel 
< Metzger Mrs. Cora E. wid, h 119 N. Potomac 
p Michael Theodore, upholsterer, h 10 Cannon av 

w Middlekauff Calvin, farmer, h Concord bev limits 

2 Middlekauff Charles E. h 9 N. Walnut 

55 Middlekauti'Charlps R. h 35 W. Antietum 
^ Middlekauti* Charles W. h 308 W. Franklin 
P5 Micldlekuiilt l>aiiicl ^T. (L. and D. N. Middlekauff), h 314 

South Locust 
+3 Middlekauff Frank U. tailor, h 117 W. Antietam 

^ Middlekauff Fenton S. clerk, h 211 S. Potomac 



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Middlekauff Eliziibetb, wici Leonard, h 125 W. Franklin 

Middlekautf Geo. h 563 W. Washinofton 

Middlekauff Miss Emma, h 308 W. Franklin 

Middlekauff Miss Emma, h 35 W. Antietam 

Middlekauff Miss Ida, li 35 \V. Antietam 

Middlekauff Howard (Harman & Middlekauff), h 318 West 

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^ Middlekauff John H. tax collector, h 117 W. Antietam 

Q Middlekauif Jonathan, f firmer, h 46 Madison av 

4^3 Middlekauff John K. cabinet maker, b 129 W. Franklin 

CQ Middlekauff Joseph M. flour and feed, 4t 8. Potomac, b 325 do 

M Middlekauff Miss Jennie M. saleslady, b W. Washington 

^ Middlekauff Mrs. Joseph, wid, b 129 W. Franklin [tarn 

«w xniddlekanft L.evi. (L. & D. N. Middlekauff), b 26 W. Antie- 

W^ MiddlekaiifT JL. <& I>, M". (Levi and Daniel N. ), stoves, 
ranges, house furuisbing goods, plumbers and gas fitters, 
29 S. PotomMC. (See adv) 

g Middlekauff Mrs, Maggie L. wid Artbur M. b 31 E. Franklin 

^ Middlekauff Miss Martbii, b 101 W. Antietam 

g Middlekauff Miss Mary, b 308 W. Franklin 

^ Uliddlehaiiflr Martin E«. lawyer, also justice of tbe peace, 13 
K ^ N. Jonathan, b 243 S. Jonathan 

%^ Middlekauff Mary V. wid Geo. G. b 27 S. Potomac 

^ H JniddlekauffO. V. lawyer, 7 N. Jonathan, b 120 N. Potomac. 
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^ Middlekauff Miss Eebecca, dressmaker, b 101 E. Antietam 

P Middlekauff Samuel M. b 35 W. Antietam 
^ Middlekauff Solomon S. painter, b 30 E. North 
PC^ Middlekauff Mrs. Susan, wid, h 308 Potomac av 
^ Middlekauff Wm. clerk, b N. Mulberry 
r^l Middlekauff Wm. lab, b 308 W. Antietam 
KM Middlekauff Wm. L. contractor, b 17 Foundry 
h^ Middle Stales Loan Building and Construction Company, 38 W. 
^^ Washington 

HMiddleton Kobert H. freight agent, C. V. and N. & W. R. R. h 
21 S. Walnut 
Pq Middletown Miss Sallie V. miUiner, h 129 W. Franklin 

H Miles David B. lawyer, b 222 Prospect 
^^ Miles Henry, porter Hotel Hamilton, h 127 W. Bethel 

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Miller Alburtus, boiler maker, h 11 George U 

Miller Alexander C. cartman, h 229 N. Locust S^^ 

Miller Miss Alice, h 3 32 E. Church 2 

Miller Mrs. Allen, wid, h 21 George ^ 

Miller Alvin R. coachmaker, h 119 N. Jouothan ^ 

Miller Miss Annie R. h Jefferson be}' limits ^ 

Miller A. W. City Book and St itionery Store, toys, games, ^ 
watches, clocks, jewelry and silverware, 62 W. Washing- QTQ 

ton, h do CD 
Miller Charles, emp tel. pin factory, h Fair Ground av nr Locust *^ 

Miller Cbarles A. boiler maker, h 320 W. Franklin Qq 

Miller Charles W. conductor, W. M. R. R. h Hotel Hamilton <^ 
Miller Clarence E. carpenter, h Jefferson bey limits 
Miller Cyrus U. baker, h 41 W. Washington 
Miller Daniel N. h 509 S. Potomac 

Miller Daniel V. h Fair Ground av nr N. Locust "* 

Miller Edward, barber, h S. Potomac a 

Miller Elhanan, teamster, h Lee ^ q 

Miller Elhanan E. clerk, h Lee > ^ 

Miller Ernest W. clerk, h 38 E. Antietam g| 



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Miller Frank, printer, h E, Fair Ground av 
Miller F. H. (Bower & Miller), h 412 W. Washington 
Miller George, mason, h 121 VV. Bethel p. 

Miller George R. barber, h 361 S. Potomac 

Miller George S. restaurant,C.V.R.R.depot,h 312 W. Washington t^ 

Miller Harry A. h Jefferson bey limits ^^ 

Miller Hamilton H. passenger agent, C. V. and N. & W. R. R. h QQ 

23 S. Walnut nr Washington q 

Miller Miss Iva Leona M. h 31 W. Antietam K 

Miller Mrs. Jacob C. wid, h 11 George ''^ 

Miller Jacob P. enap music store, h S. Jonathan h-^ 

Miller James, track foreman, h 238 E. Franklin K) 

Miller James, clerk, h 110 N. Mulberry l^ 

Miller James U. hotel clerk, h 110 N. Mulberry H 

Miller John, lab, h Jefferson bey limits e^ 

Miller John, h S. Locust CQ 
Miller J. Frank, cutter, h S. Potomac 

Miller John H. h 217 E. Franklin hH 

Miller Rev. John L. h 303 High ^ 

Miller John Z. tinner, h 23 John h--> 

Miller Miss Katie, h 365 S. Potomac c^ 

Miller Miss Lela, h 238 E. Franklin S' 

Miller Levi, lab, h 219 E. Church P 

Miller Miss Lillie E. h 229 N. Locust O 

Miller Miss Lydia, h 233 N. Mulberry "^ 

Miller Miss Maggie, h 23 W. Church CD 

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2 Miller finrtin II. agent U.S. Express Co. h 31 W.Antietam 

^ Miller Maitin, driver, h 132 E. Church 

V Miller Michael, h 03 W. Frauklin 

^ Miller Miss Mollie D. h 229 N. Locust 

HM BJiller Eobert, h al r W. Church nr N. Jonathan 

Miller Miss Sallie, h Fair Grouud av nr N. Locust 

« Miller Samuel D. h 120 E. Frauklin 

I Miller Mrs. Susan, wid Jackson, h 365 S. Potomac 

o^* Miller Thomas H. agent, h 42 S. Potomac 

^"^ Miller Upton, shoemaker, h 12G N. Mulberry 

^ Miller Webster W. express messenger, h 31 W. Antietam 

^ Miller William H. engineer, h 343 W. Washington 

. Bliller William V. plumber, h 220 S. Potomac 

>- Miner Charles E. tireman, h Mary nr Jackson al 

--: Miuer John II. h 2 Jefferson 

.5 Miners George D. sashmaker, h 205 Salem av 

y Mish Frank W. lawyer, 103 W. Washington, h The Bald- 

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<-2 Mishler P. M. pres. Hagerstown Hedge and Fencing Co. h 
CO 38 N. Potomac 

^ Mitchell Edwiu, civil engineer, h 129 Prospect 

B Mitchell R(i%'. Walter A. pastor St. John's Episcopal 
2 church, h 129 Prospect 

Ph Mittag Mrs. Thomas E. wid, h 204 High 

C Moatz Daniel L. (Smith & Moatz), h 209 Salem av 

•^ Moblev Albert A. machinist, h 107 E. Franklin 

^ Mobley Edward M. h 107 E. Fraukliu 

U Mobley I.. Rteliiuoiid,(M. L.Byers <feCo.),h 107 E. Franklin 

,, Mobley Walter A. bookkeeper, h 2l E. Washington 

•^ Mobley William E.tiuisher, h 40 E, Baltimore 

^ Mogensea Maitin A. organmaker, h 520 W. Washington 

C5 Moller George P. (M. P MoUer Organ Co.), h 010 Potomac av 

O Moller Miss Lillio, bookkeeper, h 010 Potomac av 

W Moller Matthias P. (M. P. Moller Organ Co.), h The Baldwin 
Moller M. P. Organ Co., Potomac av nr AV. M. li. E. 

4^ Mouagan David, lab, h Jacksou al 

^ Monagan Edwaid, paiuter, hN. Mulberry opp Broadway 

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Moulton W. waiter, li 118 W. Bethel 

Monath Jacob W. barber, 19 S. Potomac, h 21 do 

Mondell William B. stock dresser, h 218 High 

Monroe Lewis L. cook, h 40 W. Church 

Montagne John O. machiuist, h 42 E. Bethel 

Montgomery John, cook,li 40 W. Church 

Moore Abram, lab, h 41 North 

Moore Miss B. h 247 N. Mulberry 

Moore Charles A. lab, h 30;^ Salem av 

Moore Clarence W. lab, li 303 Salem av 

Moore Ezekiel, engineer, h 438 W. Church 

IHoore «fe Fiitlerc'i*, props City Cafe, 5 N.Jonathan (See adv) 




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Moore James A. steam filter, h 50 E Baltimore 
Moore James F. messenger, h 23 Winter 
Moore Mrs. Jane, wid, h 14 Foundry 
Moore John, h 303 Salem av 
Moore John H. lab, h 303 Salem av 
Moore Kate, dressmaker, h 235 S. Potomac 
Moore Miss I.ucy, dressmaker, h 235 S. Potomac 
IVfoorcIi. H^flwiiiNl. (Moore & Futterer), h 27 E. Antietam 
Moore Thomas H. d^p. register. Court House, h 235 S. Potomac 
Moore William, ragr. Singer Mfg Co. h 1L7 N. Potomac 
Moore W)lliam, car inspector, N. &. W. Pv. K., h 539 W. Wash- 
ington 
Moorehead Harry A. clerk, h 35 Wayside av 
Moran James H. carpenter, h 317 N. Mulbeirv 
Mor.in Matthew.h 317 N. Mulberry 
Morgan Charles, h Charter 

ISIorgan & Craig, stockbrokers, W. Washington 
Morgan Samuel, (Morgan <fe Craig), h The 13ald\vin 
Morgan William, lab, li Charter ab Jefferson 
Morniugstar Miss Eosa V. h 321 W. Church 



J. G. DAYHOFF &, GO. 



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Doors, Blinds and Mouldangs of 
every description. 
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g ^ Morningstar Vincent, carpenter, h 445 W. Church 
Ph o Morris Miss Jennie, dressmaker, h 16 N. Potomac 
j^^ Morrison Miss Daisy, clerk, h 225 S. Potomac 
^ Morrison George W. B. clerk, h 225 S. Potomac 

^ Morrison William L. plumber, h 160 S. Locust 
^ Mowen Adam K. engineer, h 243 N. Jonathan, h do 
H-3 Moxley Mary E. wid of Joseph, h 47 W. Church 
■ Moxley Kobert, lab, h 47 W. Church 
Moxley Perry T. lab, h 39 W. Church 
O Mullenix Charles L. h 47 Foundry 
QJ Mullenix John S. engineer, h 47 Foundry 
^ Mullenix Jacob S. fireman, h 213 Salem av 
QQ Mumma Abraham, h 23 \V. Antietam 

Mumma H. C. livery, Court pi, h 212 S. Jonathan 
CC Mumma Harry K. bank clerk, h 212 S. Jonathan 
Mumma John E. clerk, h 129 E. Antietam 
Mumma John H. mason, h 227 S. Potomac 
Mumma Miss Rose L. h 23 W. Antietam 
•+^ Mumma Samuel A. buyer spoke works, h 47 Bway 
13 Munday Miss Catharine, dressmaker, h 27 N. Locust 
O Munday Geo. H. lab, h 289 Washington av 
ft Munday Harry E. spokemaker, h Winter 
GQ Munday Harry R. clerk, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
Munday Howard, emp spoke works, h 22^ W. Franklin 
Munday Jacob, farmer, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
W Mundav John, blacksmith, r 18 E. Washington, h 27 N. Locust 
CO Munday Thaddeus, lab, h 130 W. Franklin 
Munson Alvin W. clerk, h 37 E. Bethel 
Munson Mrs. Mary A. wid, li 135 N. Jonathan 
_. Munson Claggett W, driver, h 64 W. Frauklin 
^W Munson Edward B. sewing machine agt. h E. Church 
O Munson Ellsworth W. brakernan, h 135 N. Jonathan 
O Munson Frederick, h 111 W^. CUiurch 

Munson J. Fred'k. jr., mason, h 117 E. Bethel 
Munson Norman S. foreman Hagerstown spoke and bending 
W works, h 247 N. Mulberry 

H*""* Murray Geo. B. car inspector, h W. Washington [beth 

Murray Francis B. car inspector, h W. Washington opp Eliza- 
- Murray George E. Dr. physician, 18 S. Jonathan, h 16 do 
^^ Murray Mary H. w-id of Andrew, h 124 W. Aniietam 

Musey Frederick, tailor, h 240 E. Franklin 
_ Musey Reuben, tailor, h 240 E. Franklin 
^^ Musey William, carpenter, h 240 E. Franklin 

Musselman Adaline E. wid of Jacob, h 119 N. Potomac 
^_ Mutual Insurance Co. of Washington Co., Armstrong <fe Co., 
fy g€jn'l agents, 105 W. Washington 

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Myer D. B. lawyer, ] 33 W. Washins!;ton, h Prospect Yt\ 

Myers Hezekiah, car inspector, li 439 W. Antietam ^^ 

Myers John W. groceries and fruits, S. Potomac c W. 

Washington, Public Square, h 38 E. Autietam. (See adv) 
Myers Mrs. Mary A. wid, h 135 W. Washington 
Myers Noah P. h 135 W. Washington p 

Myers ISaniiiel Q. marble works, 29 S. Jonathan, h 110 E. P 

Antietam. (See adv) QQ 

Myers William, clerk, h E. Franklin CD 

Nail Harry, h 20 High »-3 

NailJohn, baker, h 41 W. Washington 
Naley John H. section hand, h W. Antietam 
Neal Charles, carter, h 130 North 
Neal Charles, jr., carter, h 130 North 
Negley Mrs. P L. h 124 Prospect 
Negley Robert P. bee keeper, h Mary Ann ■* 

Neibert Mrs. Jennie, wid, emp silk mill, h 16 N. Potomac f 

Neikirk Bernard, clerk, B. & O. K R. h W. Franklin ^ 

:N'eill Alexander, lawyer, 125 W. Washington, h 127 do. O&J 

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Nelson William E. grocer, 37 W. Church, h do q^ 
Newcomer Benj. F. ex-sheriff, h 34 W. Antietam <^ 
Newcomer Bros. (David F. and Jon.ithan), grocers, 302 W. , ^^ 

Washington 
Newcomer David F. (Newcomer Bros.), h 207 Foundry 
Newcomer Miss Edith, h 41 S. Potomac 

Newcomer Ezra, bookkeeper 1st Nat. Bank, h 214 S. Potomac 
Newcomer Frank H. bookkeeper, h 21 '; S. Potomac 
ETewconaer John I>. cashier 1st National Bank, h Chart(?r HH 

Newcomer John W. grocer, 41 S. Potomac, h do 
Newcomer Jonathan (Newcomer Bros.) h 207 Foundry 
Newcomer Joseph E. saloon, W. Antietam opp B. & O. depot, h 

233 S. Jonathan 
Newcomer Mrs. Mary I. wid, h 41 W. Church 

Newcomer Miss May, h 214 S. Potomac O 

Newcomer William H. carpenter, h 205 Foundry •^ 

Newlon Mrs. K. wid, h 114 E, Washington CD 

Jn nAVUnrr O nn Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, OQ 
. II. I/Airillrr N» llll. ^d. I.IIMKKR. Dealer in all grades ct* 

I Ul l/n I IIUI I \U UUl and kinds of Lumber. Lath ^ 

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Foreign and Dcmestic 




GREEN FRUIT 

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Foreign and Dcmestic 

Di(IED FI^UIT ^pecialtie? 

California Dried Frnit Specialties. 
Foreign and Domestic Nut SpcciallieB. 
Clover and Timothy Seed Specialties. 



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Headquarters for All Kinds of 

COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

The busiest, most convenient, and most prominent 
place in the City. 

Goods Delivered Free to any part of the City or Depot. 

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Newman Alfred, dairyman, h 324 Potomac av s* 

Newman Isaac, shoemaker, h N. Locust nr Wayside av ^^ 

Newman Mrs. Mary, h 51 E. Church DO 

Newman Samuel, cigar maker, h r Washington av hH 

Newman William A. spokemaker, h 139 E. ^.ntietam 

Newton Mrs. Margaret, wid, h Hotel Hamilton 

Nichols Jasper N. h 14 James 

Nichols John, painter, h 14 James 

Nichols John, painter, h 205 E. Church ^^ 

Nichols Silas, lab, h 14 James j[^ 

Nichols Upton S. lab, h 14 James ^^ 

Nickeus Charles, h 142 W. Bethel 

]!fi<>odeiuus John li. (Hoffman, Connor, Smith & Co.) h 123 

W. Washington 

Niekirk Samuel E. carpenter, h 115 N. Locust hj 

Nierman Miss Amelia, box maker, h N. Potomac 
Nierman Miss Minnie, wid August, h 316 Potomac Qq 

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Nigh Charles P. emp table works, h 296 Washington av 

Nigh John R. carpenter, h 296 Washington av 

Nigh John W. carpenter, h 296 Washington av 

Ninny Daniel, h 407 N. Jonathan O 

Nitzell Albert, clerk, The Baldwin, h 169 W. Franklin ^ 

Nock Edward B. printer, h 38 E. Bethel 

Nock Thomas A. painter, h 38 E. Bethel ^ 

Noel George W. green grocer, 33 S. Walnut h do 

Norford C. Frank, tailor, 15 W. Franklin, h 50 E. Bethol 

Norris Cora, bookkeeper, h 34 E. Antietam 

Norris George C. clerk, h 185 W. Franklin 

Norris Milton V. agent, h 31 George 

Norris MiteS Rachel, h 34 E. Antietam 

Norris Miss Ray, clerk, h 34 E. Antietam 

Nottingham Mrs. Savilla, wid, h 238 E. Franklin 



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Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 
Md. LUMBER. Have unexcelled 
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|S Nowell AmaDda, h 205 E. Church 

H^ Nunamaker Eavey, clerk, h 4 Cannon av 

§;< Nyinan Harrv E. printer, h 162 W. Franklin 
.^ Njman Mrs. Kate, wid Lewis, h 160 Prospect 

^ Nyman Mrs. Mary C. wid, h Washington av 

Nyman Sf'ptimus O. carpenter, h 162 W. Franklin 

> "S Nvman AVill W. dav foreman News office, h 31 Fj. Franklin 

'X "? Oaster Charles, bricklayer, h 25 North 

-g^ Oa^ter Lewis, mason, h 25 North 

jg S; Odell William, salesman, h 35 E. Antietam 

o '- Oliver Samuel B. carpenter, h 133 E. Antietam 

-•" O'Neil Mrs. Clara, wid Joseph, h 160 E. Washington 
^ O'Neill John, printer, h 106 E. Washington 
O'Neill Joseph, printer, h 106 E. Washington 
Orcutt Charles, tracsfernian, h 235 E. Franklin 
Orcutt Ephraim, transferman, h 233 E. Franklin 
Ordway Alviu I?I. pianos, organs, and musical instruments, 
&c, Public Square, h l61 S. Jonathan. (See adv.) 



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''^ Orndorf Mrs. Harriet, wid, h 41 W. Washington 

o Orndorf Mrs. Eomanus, wid of William F. h 117 N. Potomac 

^ « Orndorf William, h 117 N. Potomac 

^*^ Orndorf William J. tinner, h 242 S^ Potomac 

< Orrick Edward J. bakery and confectionery, 31 N. Potomac, h do 

r - Osborne Mrs. C. F. wid, h 210 Prospect 

'O Osborne J. weaver, h 510 W. Washington 

^ Osborne James P. emp C. V. R. R. h 107 E. Church 

^ Oswald Edward, deputy clerk. Court House, h 41 E. Antietam 

.^. Oswald Miss Emma A h 41 E. Antietam 

P^ O-iiwald Geo. B. clerk of Circuit Court, Court House, also 
pres. Mechanic's Loan and Savings Institute, h 41 East 

-4^ Antietam 

Zi Oswald Eichard A. clerk, h 41 E. Antietam 

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Ovelman James L. brakeman, W. M. R. R. h 6 George ^^ 
Over Melvin, tinner, h Funkstown 

Over Mrs. Sallie, wid David, h 236 E. Washington gy 

Over Geo. P. carpenter, h Walnut ab Antietam hH 
Owen Newton S. lawyer, 107 W. Washington, h 137 S. Potomac rA 
Owen Rev. Stephen W. St. John's Lutheran Church, h 137 S. fd 

Potomac 
Page Hugh N. h Hotel Hamilton 
Palmer Frank, lab, h al r Jonathan bel Church 

Palmer Robert, h N. Jonathan n limits ^^ 

Palsgrove Geo. W. watchman, h 17 Jefferson J2 

Palsgrove Mrs. Rudolph A. wid. h 17 Jefferson .^ 

Parks Mrs. M. C. wid, h 210 Prospect jjj 

Parks Harman W. baker, h 19 W. Baltimore ty 

Parks Harry G. tinner, h Jefferson bey limits HH 

Parks Mrs. Joseph, wid, h 19 W. Baltimore ^^ 

Parks Joseph A. emp cemetery, h 19 W. Baltimore q^ 

Passell John E. telegrapher, h Foundry vi^ 

Pattison Wm. carpenter, h 273 Washington av ^^ 

Pearce Thor^as, lab, h 113 W. Franklin O 

Pearson James W. porter, Franklin House, h do ^^ 

Peckman Miss Mary E. h 30 Antietam ^ 
Peddicord Miss EflBe, h Mechanic 

Peddicord O. James, carpenter, h 313 W. Franklin OD 

Peltz John M. policeman, h 135 Antietam CD 
Pennell Mrs. Mary E. wid, h W. Church n Hmits ^ J2- 

Peterman James S. cigar maker, h 153 S. Locust 

Peterman Luther, clerk, h Central House -^ 

Peters Edward, waiter, h 37 Church C^ 

Peyton Mrs. Susan, wid, h Jefferson b^y limits ^" 
Pfoch George, shoemaker, h 34 Winter 

Pfoch Samuel, pin maker, h 34 Winter ^^ 

Pfoch William H. pin maker, h 34 Winter o" 

Phillips Mary E. wid of Lewis, h 63 E. Church r-h 
Phreaiier Bascom W. T. photographer, 4 W. Washington, ~ 

h 412 Potomac av. (See adv) ^^ 

Phreaner Miss Lulu, h 412 Potomac av ^ 
Pickett Ella E. wid, h 34 W. Church 

Pickle Charles A. supt. engine wks, h Broadway ? 

Pickle Christian I. carpenter, h Broadway ^ 

Pickle WiUiam, pattern maker, h Broadw;iy ^ 

Piece Samuel, lab, h 44 E. Church g 

Pinuel Isaac N. cook, h 141 W. Bethel ^ 

Pinnel Richard, cook, h 141 W. Bethel fL 

Pitcock Thomas, gardener, h S. Jonathan a' 

Plank W. E. clerk, h 17 W. Baltimore g 



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c/5 Pastel and Oil. 

(^ 4 W. Washington Ntreef, flAOERISTOWir, 9ID. 



^ Poet Jacob, m;ison, h 11 Jefferson 
d Poffenberger Benjamin F. B. tinner, h 34 Cannon 
j^j3 Poffenberger Henry, merchant, h 333 S. Potomac 
C Poffenberger Hiram D. carpenter, h S. Potomac nr limits 
'n Poffenberger Julia A. wid of Ch=irles A, h 34 Cannon av 
G Poffenberger Miss Laura, asst. bookkeeper, h 20 Cannon av 
p Poffenberger T. A. 3 Court pi, h 32 Elizabeth 

Pollard Dr. R. T. physician, h 537 W. Washington 
Pomeroy James A. agt. h 34 Madison av 
tj) Pomeroy Z. emp table works, h 34 Madison av 
C Pompeii David, moulder, h Charter nr Jefferson 
Z2 Pompeii David R. cigar maker, h Charter nr Jefferson 
Qj Pompeii Mahlon A. machinist, 44 Walnut, h 27 George 
Porter Miss Annie K. h 36 N. Jonathan* 
Porter Mrs. Charles, wid, h 128 N. Walnut 
Porter Charles W. saloon, 36 and 38 N. Jonathan, h do 
Porter Levi, bartender, h 211 E. Franklin 
Porter Thomas H. cigar maker, h 36 N. Jonathan 
Porter William S. letter carrier, h 331 W. Franklin 
hXn Posey ElizHbeth, wid of Frederick J. h 235 Potomac av 
Postetter Mrs. Annie, h 113 S. Potomac 
Postetter B. M. bakery, 31 N. Walnut, h do 
Potter Oiho J. C. emp Hess Mfg. Co.. h 16 N. Mulberry 
Potterfield Jacob A. railroader, h 8 Norway av 
Potts Mrs. Leah J. wid, h 185 Jefferson 
Powell Clinton S. lab, h Fair Ground av 
Powell Edward C. teamster, h 15 N. Mulberry 
fjj Powell John, lab, h S. Mulberry 

Powell Samnel lab, h Fair Ground av 

Powers J. W. insurance agent, 48 W. Franklin, h 18 Winter 
Powles H;irry K. clerk, h E. North nr N. Locust 
Powles Mrs. Jacob H. wid, h E. North nr N. Locust 
Powles Joshua E. job foreman. Herald and Torch Light, h E. 
North nr N. Locust 



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Powles Miss Lizzie, h 30 E. Antietam W 

Powles Upton, carpenter, h 29 E. Franklin ^ 

Price Frisbie, carpenter, h 105 Elizabeth h^ 

Price Pierce, prop. Cold Spring Mill, S. Prospect, h do <! 

Price Eobert W. barber. Hotel Hamilton, li 230 E. Bethel ^ 

Price Mrs. Sarah, wid, h 105 Elizabeth g 

Pryor James E. S, lawyer, and city surveyor, 129 W. Wash- M 

ington, (also Pryor & Schindel), h 47 W. Franklin. (See OQ 

adv) O 

Pryor Jt i^ehindel, brick rafrs, office 121 W. Washington, ^ 

yards Elizabeth nr W. M. R. R. (See adv) q^ 






Manufacturers of all kinds of 



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Pryor WilliMm H. forem lu, h 37 W. Church M 

Puterbaugh John J. lab, h 37 North ""^ 
El. A. Knitting Co., E. Washington ur Cannon av 

Rahbia Rev. Futher Sebastiasi. pastor St. Mary's Ro- ^^ 

man Catholic Church, W. Washington cor Walnut >Q 
Ragan John R. h 137 W. Washington 

Ragan Dr. Otho H. Williams, physician, 143 W. Washington, h^* 

h 141 do ^-^ 
Ragan Mrs. William, wid, h 139 W. Washington 
Ramer G. W. moulder, h 239 W. Franklin 
Randall Cleggett W. engineer, h 20 George 

Randall V. Worthington, ware oiiseman, h 65 Elizabeth HH 

Ranels John N. h 317 W. Franklin nr Foundry ^ 

Ranels Miss Mary A. teacher, h 317 W. Franklin pli 

Rank William W. enip table wks, h Washington av Ct" 

Ransburgh James, clerk, h47 E. Antietam w 

Ransburgh Lewis J. trav. salesman, h 47 E. Antietam ^ 

Rausenberger Henry, cooper, 48 E. Bethel, h do O 

Raushuff Ross, emp table wks, li 76 Madison av •^ 

Rauth Harry, tailor, h 103 S. Potomac CD 

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jz'^ Eauth Bros. (William and Charles W.), merchant tailors, 11 W. 

^ Washington 

•s Kauth Charles W. (Rauth Bros.), h 13 W. Washington 
02 Rauth Frederick E. tailor, h 103 S. Potomac 
^ Rauth George, shoemaker, 101 S. Potomac, h 103 do 
^ Rauth John H. shoemaker, h 103 S. Potomac 

Rauth John P. shoemaker, E. Baltimore nr S. Potomac, h 158 
jj^^ S. Locust 

*Z2 Rauth John P. shoemaker, h 339 W. Baltimore 
(Q Rauth William (Rauth Bros.), h S. Locust 
gJI Ray Samuel W. lab, h E. Franklin ab Jackson al 
• pH Ray William R. weaver, h E. Franklin 

Reamer Mrs. Isabella, wid of John D. h 45 S. Potomac 
Reamer Lyman H. music teacher, h 45 S. Potomac 
Recher Miss Jennie, h 15 S. Walnut 
Recher Harry K. clerk, h 74 W. Washington 
Recher Miss Clara W. h 15 S. Walnut 
Recher John W. bookkeeper, h 212 Potomac av 
Reed Calvin, cooper, h 125 E, Antietam 
Reed George H. lab, h 126 North 
Reed John, butcher, h W. Washington nr limits 
513 Reed Sarah, wid George W. h 342 W. Washington 
rj Reeder Andrew W. teacher, h 70 Charles 
•pH Reeder Charles, h 315 N. Potomac 
fO Reeder David G. h 70 Charles 

g Reeder Mrs. Mary M. wid of Charles C. h 315 N. Potomac 
S Reely Charles E. deliveryman, h 156 S. Locust 
^ Reese Ezra T. emp livery, h 419 N. Jonathan 
Q, Reichard Benjamin F. h S. Potomac nr limits 
^^ Reichard Charles W. fruit grower, h 327 S. Potomac 
Ks Reichard Daniel W. farmer, h 142 S. Potomac 
g^ Reichard Garven, clerk, h 327 S. Potomac 
553 Reichard JohnW. trav. salesman, hS. Potomac 
•^ Reichard Samuel, printer, h Potomac av 
•jZi Reichard & Schindel, hardware, 22 S. Potomac 
W Reichard Rev. Wintield S. German Baptist, h 136 S. Potomac 
^ Reisuer W. Harry, watchmaker, h 32 E. Washington 
CQ Remsberg Charles K. auctioneer, h 52 W. Antietam 

- Remsberg George P. h 52 W. Antietam 
^^ Remsberg Miss Maggie E. h 52 W. Antietam 
QC Remsberg Miss Mary L. h 52 W. Antietam 

,^, Renner Charles E. foreman Danzer Lumber Co. h S. Mulberry 
»_, nr Lee 

^^ Renner Elias, lab, h 38 Madison av 

1 Renner Francis E. carpenter, h 38 Madison av 
Q2 Renner George E. transferman, h 58 E. Antietam 

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Renner Jonas, lab, h W. Washington bey limits 

Renner Jonas, carpenter, h 38 Madison av 

Renner Joseph, sexton, h 58 E. Antietam hH 

Renner Joshua, carpenter, h 573 W. Washington Yt\ 

Renner Leo, printer, h 573 W. Washington ^^ 

Renner William A. moulder, h 423 W. Antietam nr W. M. R. R. ^W 

Renner William G. carpenter, h 527 Washington 

Retburgh Mrs. Louisa, wid of Jacob, h 184 W. Franklin 

Retburgh Miss Rosa, h 184 W. Frauklin 

Reynolds Mrs. Ad aline, wid, h 137 E. Church 

Reynolds Euos B. engineer, h 25 N. Mulberry Jj^ 

Reynolds Richard C. machinist, h 340 W. Franklin ^^ 

Reynolds Rumanus, carpenter, h 14 E, North ^-^ 

Reynolds V. W. warehouseman, W. M. R. R. h Elizabeth H 

Reynolds William, carter, h 152 S. Locust fjl 

Rhodenizer Miss Emma K. h 228 W. Franklin t*^ 

Rhodenizer George H. driver, h 228 W. Franklin f^ 

Rhodenizer Robert, dri er, h 228 W. Franklin JnT 

Rhodenizer William, fireman, li 30 E. Bethel 

Rice Norman, sewing machine agent, h 221 S. Jonathan O 

Richardson Charles W. emp silk mill, h 116 E. Antietam Q 

Richardson Hugh S. green grocer,25 N. Jonathan, h 116E. Antietam • 

Richardson Josiah A. manager Waterloo Wagon Co. 36 S. 

Jonathan, h Smithsburg Q3 

Rickard T. L. h 63 E. Franklin PH 

Rickenbaugh Mrs. C. Antoinette, h 113 Prospect ab Antietam C/D 

Ridenour Amelia, h 20 W, Franklin — H 
Ridenour Clinton, baker, h 4 S. Potomac 

Ridenour Cornelius, lab, h 26 Silem av • X— 
Ridenour Daniel, lab, h Jackson la 
Ridenour Miss Ella, h 67 E. Fr.tnkliu 

Ridenour Mrs. Emma J. wid of Joseph J. h Charter ab Jefferson ^ 

Ridenour Harry, bottler, h 111 Jefferson IIZ 

Ridenour Hiram B. carpenter, h 33 John ^2 

Ridhnour Hiram H. lab, h 426 W. Washington C^ 
Ridenour Jacob, h 222 E. Washington 
Ridenour Jacob A. h 222 E. Washington 

Ridenour James, lab, h 127 W. Church S 

Ridenour John A. lab, h 305 Mulberry g 

Ridenour John C. tailor, h 69 E. Fianklin ^ 

Ridenour Mrs. John E. wid, general store, 69 E. Franklin, h 67 do ^ 

Ridenour J. Frank, clerk, h 39 S. Potomac w 

Ridenour Miss Mary R. teacher, h 67 E. Franklin i- 

Ridenour Margaret F. wid John D. h 139 N. Locust w 

Ridenour Miss Mattie, h 20 W. Franklin ^ 

Ridenour Miss Minnie E. h 67 E. Franklin B 

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Near B. & O. Depot, Hajjerstown, 

r^r.^BKR. Lath. Lime. Cement. Sash. 

Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Glass, Putty and 

Builders' Hardware. 



Samuel Feast & Sons, 



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^ ^ Ri^enour O. B. propr. European House, 162 and 164 West 

^ Church 

^ Ridenour Miss S:illie, clerk, h 67 E. Franklin 
Ridenour Miss Sallie, h 222 E. Washington 



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Rideuour Wm. J. brakeman, h 26 Salem av 



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^ Ridenour Wm. H. emp 0. V. R. R. h 320 N. Mulberry 

rf\ Ridonoiir Wni. H. sec. Hagerstown Steam Engine and Ma- 

^^ ^ chine Co. 67 E. Franklin 

Rideout John, lab, h Brown's av 

fj Rider Elizabeth C. wid Geo. W. h 44 North 

•r^ Rider James C. lab, h 44 North 

Q Rider Martin L. lab, h 44 North 

02 Ridge Daniel C. conductor, h 52 Elizabeth 

gg Rightnauer Frank, lab, h Church ab Jonathan 

O Kidney Charles E. gunsmith, 118 and 120 N. Jonathan, h 
101 High. (See adv) 

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.sGUN AND LOCKSMITH. 

•T^ Guns and Pistols repaired, Keys fitted, Knifes and Scissors ground. Bras« 

Q Casting, Patentee's Models made. Restocking Guns and Sharpening 

f^ Paper Cutter Knifes for Printers a Specialty. Bicycles repaired. 

pll^ General Jobbing. All Work first-class and Satisfaction 

Q. Guaranteed. 

^ 118 and 120 No rth Jonathan St., Hagerstown, Md. 

^ Rigney Mrs. Margaret, wid, h 101 High 

•4^ Riley Geo. W. cigars, 11 Walnut 

*^ Riley John B. moulder, h 420 W. Antietitm 

H Riley John F. carter, h 343 N. Jonathan 

^ Riley Robert L. brakeman, h Valley House 

Cl2 Riley Mrs. Ruliama, wid Wm. variety store, h 119 Salem av 

- Riley Wm. h 303 W. Washington 

^ Ringer Beuj. F. lab, 290 Washington 

^^ Ringer John E. h N. Mulberry ab John 

1^, Ringer Lewis, drug clerk, h Washington c Mulberry 

-^— Ringer Noah, emp silk mill, h N. Mulberry ab John 

—^ Ringer Thomas B. saloon and restaurant, 41 N. Jonathan, h 201 
t«« E. Washington 

rv Rink John, lab, h 104 Elizabeth 

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Kipple Joseph M. agent, h 27 N. Mulberry hH 

Risser Samuel E. h 42 E. B;tldwin q 
Eitchey Charles A. assistant chief clerk, C. V. R. R. freight of- »-j 

fice, h 39 Madison av <j 

Ritchev Mrs. Elizabeth B. wid J. Ray, h 39 Madison av ^ 

Eiter Mrs. B. F. millinery, 105 W. Franklin, h N. Jonathan P 

Riter J. Walter, trav. salesman, h N. Jonathan P 

Roach Charles E. &8on, 10 N. Potomac, h 481 Potomac ar OTQ 

Roach Fred L. telegrapher, B, & O. R. R. h 481 Potomac av CD 

Roach L. A. B. (C. E. Roach & Son), h 481 Potomac av " 

Roberts Alexander M. plumber, h 156 W. Franklin Qn 

Roberts Fred D. clerk, h 156 W. Franklin ^ 

Robinson Frank, janitor, h 130 W. Antietam ^^ 

Robinson G. h 138 W. Antietam ^"^ 



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Robinson Levi, lab, h High ab Franklin " 

Robinson Mrs. Mary A. wid Hezekiah, h 31 N. Locust Q 

Robinson Miss Lucy, clerk, h Jefferson [Bethel 

Robinson Rev. O. D. pastor Bethel A. M. E. Church, h 26 W. 
Robinson Thomas, agent, h 244 Mulberry 
Roessner Geo. W. clerk, h 114 E. Antietam ^^ 

Roessuer Geo. bookkeeper, h 4 Potomac >^ 

Roessner Harry M. clerk, h 2 S. Potomac ^' 

Roessner Jacob, bakery, also confectionery and fruits, ^ 
wholesale and retail, 2 Si. Potom.ic, h 4 do. (See adv) 

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Ice Cream a Specialty. '* 

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Roessner J. Frank, trav. salesman, h 42 S. Potomac 

Rogers Coleman (Cearfoss & Rogers), h 220 Prospect H 

Rohrer Chase, engineer, h 176 W. Franklin S 

Rohrer Augustus, h 14 E. Washington § 

Rohrer Mrs. E. E. wid, h 14 E. Washington « 



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Flowers and Designs 



shipped by Express to all points at short notice. 
SAMUEL FEAST & SONS, 

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O I Rohrer George W. (Buchanan & KoLrerj, h 70 W. Franklin 

^" 1*^ Kohrer Heuiy, h 176 W.Franklin 

!^' ^ Rohrer Joseph E. emp livery, h 40 E. Church 

'^ Rohrer Miss Nettie, clerk, h 14 E. Washington 

J-J2 Rohrer Walter, printer, h 114 S. Potomac 

G Rook Ljdia, emp laundry, h S. Walnut 

'H Rose Abraham, h 44 E. Franklin 

• ti Rose Mrs. A. & Daughter, boots and shoes, 33 N. Potomac 
fe Rose Emma (Mrs. A. Rose & Daughter), h 44 E. Frankhn 

CO Rose Louis (Mrs. A. Rose & Daughter), h 44 E. Franklin 

^H Rose Hill Cemetery, S. Potomac n limits 

^ Rosenburg Geo. clerk, ii 239 E. Frankhn 

^ Rouskulp Miss Ahce, h 36 S. Potomac 

§ Ross Thomas, h 38 E. Church 

Kn Roulette Joseph C, R. A. Knitting Co. h E. Washington cor 

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Rouskulp Charles U. machinist, h 36 S. Potomac 
Rouskulp Miss Emma, h 36 S. Potomac 
§ Rouskulp Harry W. tailor, h E. Baltimore 
' — I Rouskulp Mary R. teacher, h 36 S. Potomac 
^ Rouskulp Miss May, dressmaker, h 110 E. Franklin 
Jpj Rouskulp RosaUe, h 36 S. Potomac 
C Rouskulp Samuel E. hatter, h 110 E. Franklin 
"lU Rouskulp Samuel J. (S. J. Rouskulp & Bro.), h 55 E. Franklin 
^ Rouskulp S. J. & Bro. hats and caps, 9 W. Washington 
Jm Rouskulp Upton (S. J. Rouskulp <fe Bro.) h 36 S. Potomac 
^ Routzahn Charles C. g;irdener, S. Mulberry c E. Baltimore 
.'-' Routzahn Miss Hattie, h S. Mulberry e E. Baltimore 
*«5 Routzahn Wm. H. clerk, h 39 E. North 

Routzahn Zella, dressmaker, h S. Mulberry c E. Baltimore 
O Rouzer Clarence, clerk, h 116 E. Franklin 
Rouzer Geo. E. h 120 E. Franklin 

Rouzer Geo. E. (G. W. Rouzer & Son), h 120 E. Franklin 
Rouzer Wm. M. shipping clerk, h 37 N. Locust 
Rouzer G. W. & Sou, grocers, 42 N. Potomac 
Rowe John, salesman, h '66 Frederick 
Rowe James A. h 25b Washington av 
Rowe Richard, traclihand, h Elm 
Rowe Samuel, clerk, h 115 E. Franklin 

Rowe W. furniture, stoves and hot air furnaces, 11 E, Frank- 
lin, h 115 do. (See page 13) 
Rowland Albert D. mattress maker, h 301 N. Mulberry 
Rowland Charles, lab, h Jeffyrson bey limits 

Rowland Christian F. (Rowland & Row^land), h Franklin House 
Rowland Eliza A. wid Benj. H. h 406 W. Washington 
^ Rowland Harry B. grocer, 402 W. Washington, h 406 do 

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Kowland John E. (Rowland & Startzman), h Antietam Creek nr ^^ 

Willow Grove 

Eowland John (Rowland & Rowland), h Central House W 

Rowland John H. (Weicht & Rowland), hl27 N. Mulberry M 

Rowland Mary, h al r W. Church bey Walnut " ^ 

Rowland Mrs' Mary, wid, h 18 W. Baltimore PD 

Rowland Jonas H. ,^ Weicht & Rowland), h 127 N. Mulberry ^ 

Rowland Jonas H. h 125 N. Mulberry nr Franklin " <j 

Rowland Dr. Lewis B. dentist, 47 E. Baltimore, h do K^ 

Rowland Mary S. teacher, h 406 W. Washington 1^ 

Rowland Mrs. Nancy, wid John S. h 224 N. Potomac , JjgJ 

Rowland & Rowland, grocers, 1 S. Potomac ^^ 

Rowland & Startzman, flour and feed, 38 S. Potomac M-* 

Ruben Max (Joffe & Ruben), h 131 E. Baltimore H 

Ruch Miss Emma K. h 24 E. W^ashington hrt 

Ruch Jacob W. farmer, h 24 E. Washington ^ 

Ruch Miss Flora, bookkeeper, table works, h 24 E. Washington q^ 

Ruch Samuel, lab, h 36 W^inter C^ 
Rudy Geo. painter, h 19 N. Mulberry 

Rudy Jerome, painter, h 69 E. Antietam CJ 

Rudy Wm. H. stone cutter, h 19 N. Mulberry O 

Rumberger Geo. C. tinsmith, h 11 N. Mulberry j 
Rumberger Newton I. painter, h 108 E. Church 

Rumberger Norman S. clerk, h S. Locust JJ 

Rumberger Phares H. h S. Mulberry extension J2« 

Russell Mrs. Louisa M. wid Wm. h 29 W. Church ^■ 

Russell Paul D. machinist, h 241 W. Franklin o^ 
Ryan Albert, emp livery, h N. Jonathan 
Ryan John, lab, h 422 W. Church 
Ryder Jacob, trav. salesman, h 8N. Potomac 
Ryan Michael H. harnessmaker, h Antietam nC. V. R. R. 
Sadler John, mason, h 24 John 
Sales Jacob, mason, h 24 John 

Salzman S. L. grocer, h 122 N. Jonathan [See adv) 

Sam's Cafe, S. Wintou Wilih'de, propr. 22 W. Washington, i— * 

SAM'S CAFEJ 

S. WINTON WILLHIDE, Prop. 
22 West Washington Street, 

HAGERSTOWN, MP. 

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Sanders Charles D. grocer, 40 S. Jonathan, h do 
Sanders Harry J. h 327 N. Mulberry 
Sanders James, hostler, h 109 High 
Sands Geo. W. tuilor, h 28 S. Locust 
Sands Robert M. transferman, h 13 Cook 
Saum Elias C. carpenter, h 112 E. Church 
Saum Geo. C. organ builder, h Mulberry ab Bway 
Saum Mahlon G. carpenter, h 112 E. Church 
Sawer John H. clerk, hW. Washington 
Saylor Harry, emp Fence Co. h 17 John 
Saylor Jolin, policeman, h 123 Jeflferson 
Saylor Miss Mary, h The Baldwin 
Saylor William, R. R. hand, h 17 John 
Schach Fred, h 235 S. Potomac 
Schaff Stover S. lab, h 238 Potomac av 
Schaffer James B. constable, h N. Mulberry opp John 
Schaffer James W. cigar maker, h 332 N. Mulberry 
Schafier John H. h 46 E. Washington 

IScbaiiiol WilliaiBi H. meat and vegetable market, 40 N. Jon- 
athan, h N. Mulberry nr Fairground av. (See adv) 




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Dealer in 



Fresh Meats & Green Groceries. 

Esrgs, Poultry & Country Prod- 
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stall Xo. 3, City Market. 



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Scheffer Justis P. W. teacher, h 60 E. Antietam 

Sche£fer William, cigar maker, h N. Mulberry ab John [h do 

Scheller Dr. Christian R. druggist and physician, 103 N. Potomac, 

Schieldknecht Harlan B. clerk, h 103 W. Funkstown 

Schindel Miss Alice, h 133 S. Jonathan 

Schindel Andrew J. h 37 W. Washington 

Schindel Mrs. Ann, wid, h 435 W. Washington 

Schindel Dr. Edwin M. physician, 136 W. Washington, h 138 N 

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Schindel Mrs. Ellen J. wid Daniel P., h 153 S. Jonathan 



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Schindel Ezra K. agent leather and hides,32 E.Washington, h do 

Schindle Florence, h 138 S. Potomac 

Schindle Frank O. weaver, h 518 W. WashiugtoD 

Schindle Miss GrMce, teacher, h 153 S. Jonathan 

Schindle Harry E. h 435 W. Washington 

Seliiii«1lc Joseph K. Laundry, 6 N. Potomac, h 485 Potomac 

Schindle Lemuel E. carpenter, li 520 W. Washington 

Schindle Lewis F. farmer, h 318 W. Washington 

Schindle Lewis H. machinii^t, h 518 W. Washington 

Schindel Martin L. trMv., salesman, h 28 E. Washington 

Schindel Richard D. (Schindel & Schindel), h E. Washington nr 

Public Square 
Schindel Samuel E. emp laundry, h 234 S. Jonathan 
Schindel Mrs. William, wid, h 435 W. Washington 
Schindel S. Milford, h 45 W. Franklin 
Schindel & Schindel telegraph pin mfrs. bey Carroll av 
Noiiiiu2el William E. (Pryor & Schindel), h 133 S. Jonathan 
Schleicher J. Frederick, saloon 52 and 54 E. Washington, h do 
Schleigh Miss Mary L., h 136 Bethel 

Schleigh William L. saloon, 30 and 32 N. Jonathan, h do 
Schley Buchanan, lawyer. 15 S. Jonathan, h 153 prospect 
Schlosser Tobias, (T. Schlosser & son), h 125 W. Franklin 
Schlosser T. & Son, (Victor T.), dentists, 1^5 W. Franklin 
Schlosser Victor T. (T. Schlosser & Son), 125 W. Franklin 
Schlosser William N. dairyman, h 102 E. Church 
Schlotterbeck Miss Lizzie, h 26 S. Potomac 

St'Iilotterbeok: William (Mrs. Elizibeth), stoves, ranges, tin- 
ware and plumbing, 24 S. Potomac, h 26 do. (See adv) 
Schlotterbeck William F. clerk, h 26 S. Potomac 
Schmidt Rev. R. pastor German Lutheran Church, h Central 

House 
Schrader William R. lineman, h Wayside av 

WM. SCHLOTTERBECK,^^ 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Tin, Copper (S Sheet Iron Ware 

stoves, Ranges and Heaters, Gas-fitting, Gas Fixtures, 

Roofing, Spoutins, Plumbing and Steam 

Fitting in all its branches. 

24 South Potomac St, Hagerstown, Md. 

J. G. DAYHOFF & CO. 




Near B. & O. L/epot, Hagerstown, 
Md. LUMBEtJ. Parties who contem- 
plate building will save money by 
Writing and getting prices on Building Material of all kinds. 



Choice Cut CHRYSANTHEMUMS 



in Season onr SPECIALTY 

SAML FEAST & SONS. 

Baltimore, Md. 



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o£ Schradlev John J. printer, h E. Franklin 
^ Schock John W. (H. C. Hughs & Co.), h 26 N. Mulberry 
^ Schriver Henry, deputy register, Court House, h 55 E. North 
Schueler Charles F." clerk, h 307 S. Potomac 
g Schueler John H. butcher, h 307 S. Potomac 
'cg Schueler J. Harry, (Wolf & Schueler), h 307 S. Potomac 
^'< Schuster Harry, clerk, h 160 W. Franklin 
S Schuster Fred W. tailor, h 160 W. Franklin 
Schuster Kobert, saloon, 158 W. Franklin, h do 
Sch winger Charles A. carpenter, h 230 E. Church 
Schwinger Miss Flora L. dressmaker, h 56 E. Franklin 



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Schwinger Walter, clerk, h E. Bethel 
Scott Hannah, wid, h v 146 W. Bethel 
Scott Mrs. Jennie C. wid of John H. h 9 W. Franklin 
Scott John, lab. h al rear Jonathan ab North 
Scott J. Frank, emp Organ Factory 
g_, Scott J. McPherson, physician, 129 W. Washington, h 131 do 
•^ Scott Dr. Norman B. physician, 112 W. W^ashington, h do 
^ Scott Norman B. jr. (Armstrong & Scott), h 110 W. Washington 
Scott O. architect. Public Square, h W. Washington 
Sebold Charles W. (Pres Hagersiown Spoke and Bending Co.), 
^. h 25 W^. Washington 

Ph Sebold Jennie, h 25 W. Washington 

Sechrist Irene B. salesman, h 1(31 S. Jonathan 
M Second Nat. Bank, H H. Keedv, pres ; John Van Lear, cashier; 
O W. Washington 

^ Secord William G. plasterer, h 23 E. Church 
fi Secron Miss Nora, h 33 N. J^ocust 
^ Sefton Baker J. clerk, h 17 Madison av 
O Sefton Johnson, clerk, h 17 Madison av 

Sefton Mrs. Natalie, wid of ^'tlartin F. h 17 Madison av 
Sefton Piobert D. emp W. M. R. Pi freight de|iot, h 17 Madison av 
g <j, Sefton William B. clerk, h 17 Madison av 
^-^ Seibert Conrad, barber. 15 N. Jonathan, h East Lee 
^ o Seibert Samuel, h 132 S. Potomac 
5c Seigman Miss Cora, h Georgf c Foundry 

„ Seigman Edwin L. conductor W. M. Pt. R., h George c Foundry 
n^ Seigman Howard, fireman, h George c Foundry 
?H Seiplemarer C. tailor, h Madison av 
CS Seiss Mrs Anna K. wid .Joseph A., h 61 E. Franklin 
Q Seiss Augustin A. tailor, h 61 E. Franklin 
hrt Seiss John T. salesman, h E. North 
^^ Seiss Miss Kate, dressmaker, h 61 E. Franklin 
+3 Seiss Miss Lizzie, clerk, h 61 E. Franklin 
^ Sellman C. W, engineer, h 346 W. Franklin 



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Semler Alburtus C. emp C. V. E. R. h Mary Ann bey Jackson al ^^ 

Semler Andrew, mason, h 249 N. Jonathan ^^ 

Semler Andrew J. lab, h 249 N. Jonntban 05 

Semler Charles, baker, h Cavetown Pike bey limits hH 

Semler Edward, mason, h 235 N. Jonathan J^ 

Semler Frederick J. mason, h 116 N. Mulberry fV 

Semler George F. lab, h 127 Jefferson ^H 

Semler Jacolb, lab, h Mary Ann bey Jackson al ^5 

Semler John C. jr. harnessmaker, h9 E. Washington ^^ 

oemler John D. carpenter, h Mary Ann j|_^ 

Semler Mrs. Louisa, wid, h Mary Ann bey Jackson al S^ 

Semler Miss Margaret, h 348 Potomac av ^\ 

Semler Mrs. Mary, wid, h 348 N. Potomac rjj 

Semler Samuel, carpenter, h Mary Ann nr Jackson al ^J 

Semler Thomas L. emp furniture factory, h Mary Ann hrt 
Semler William F. bricklayer, h 113 Salem av 
Sennisou Geary, baker, h 31 N. Potomac 
Shade Miss Goldie, teacher, h 49 W. Franklin 
Slia«l«* Dr. UTeviu B. physician and surgeon, 54 W. Franklin, 
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Shadrach Kobert 0. h 45 N. Winter 
Shadrach Mrs. S. R. wid, h 45 N. Winter 

Shafer Benjamin F. clerk, h 28 W. Fianklin ^ 

Shafer George H. lab, 338 N. Jonathan g, 

Shafer George R. emp livery, h 338 N. Jouatbau t- 

Shafer John L. weaver, h Bethel la ^ 

Shafer Mary C. h 153 S. Jonathan m 

Shafer Robert F. clerk, h 28 W. Franklin ^ 
Shafer Samuel M. clerk, 7 W. Washington, h 335 W\ Washington ^ 

Shafer Sue E. h 153 S. Johnson § 
Shafer Taylor, 1 ib, h 327 S ilem av 



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Doors, Blind.i and Mouldings of 
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^^ Shaffer Edward F, h 24 W. Antietam 
'^ Shaffer G. Oscar, lab, h Bloom av 

^ Shaffer Harry N. lab, h N. Locust opp John 

(U Shaffer James B. constable, h 332 N. Mulberry 

*-< Shaffer John, lab, h E. Washington 
j-T, Shaffer John P. lab, h al rear Bethel bel Jonathan 

^ Shaffer Kev. J. T. pastor St. Paul's United Brethren Church, h 

oi 108 E, Franklin 

O Shaffer Solomon, stone cutter, h N. Locust opp John 

Shank Benjamin, blacksmith, Potomac av nr W. M. R. R, h 21 

C Fair Ground av 

"^ Shank Daniel H. carpenter, h N. Mulberrv 

J3 Shank Daniel V. h 126 E. Church 
, n Shank Robert F, cigarmaker, h 249 S. Locust 

g Shank Susan, h 132 N. Mulberry. 

p Shantz George, firemen, h 532 N. Jonathan 
^ Sharar Joseph H. coachsmith, h 25 W. Baltimore 
Shawen Oscar S. printer, Mail, h 21 W. Antietam 

^ Shehan Cornelius, lab, h 1^ Jefferson 
.S Shehan Mrs. Elizabeth, h 189 Jefferson 
^ Shehan William C. cigarmaker, h 19 Jefferson 

S Sheley Miss Grace, h 214 E. Washington 
k—^ Sheley James K. P. driver, h 214 E. Washington 

Sheley Samuel B. emp furniture Co, h 214 E. Washington 
-j^ Sheley S. Howard, lab, h 8 N. xMulberry 

j^ Sheley Wesley, emp knitting mill, h 54 E. Franklin 

Q Shellehamer Harry, baggagemaster, C. V. R. R. h Norway av nr 

■f-" Salem av 

«- Sheppard David T. lab, h 453 N. Jonathan 

^ SherleyMiss Elizabeth, h 346 W. Washington 

a Shervin Miss Isabella F. h 10'.) W. Antietam 

Shervin AJiss Kate J. h 109 W. Antietam 

Shields A. M. printer, h 114 S. Potomac 

PShifler George E. baker, h 514 W. Washington 
^, Shifler Silas E. (Holtzmiiu & Sliiflei), h 44 E. Washington 
Ph Shieldneck Burton C. cigar boxmaker, h 5 E. Washington 
^ Shieldneck William C. chrk, h 5 E. Washington 

Shieldneck William H. h 5 E. Washington 

Shilling James H. cabinet make)-, h 265 Washington av 

Shilling Oscar, tinsmith, h 26 S. Potomac 

Shipp John A. grocer, 225 N. Jonathan, h do 

Shoop George D. blacksmith, h 223 E. Franklin 

Shorb J. Augustus, clerk, h Hotel Hamilton 

Shorter Joseph, gardener, 484 N. Potomac 

Shorter William H. waiter, h 119 W. Bethel 



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Show Miss Carrie, h 41 W. Washington [h do s. 
Show George W. bakery and confectionery, 41 W. Washington, 

Shrader Nicholas, agent, h Wayside av CO 

Shreiner Martin L. lineman, h 338 W. Washington hcj 
Shroder Miss May, folder book bindery, h Fair Ground &y 
Shroder Mrs. San ford, wid, h Fair Ground av 
Shroder Sanford B. h 35 North 

Shroder Thomas, emp woodyard, h Fair Ground av 

Shuster Harry L. clerk, h 160 W. Franklin ^^ 

Sibbett William R. carder, h 185 Jefferson j^ 

Siepelmeyer Conrad D. tailor, h 35 Madison av ^^ 

Sieple Conrad, h 116 Jefferson ^^ 

Sigler J. Frank, bookkeeper, h 74 W. Washington lLj 

Silvers John, coachmaker, h 50 E. Antietam knJ 

Simler John C. harnessmaker, 9 E. Washington, h do Qj 

Simler Mary, wid Gottlieb, h 221 E. Franklin ^^ 

Simmons James D. fertilizers and agricultural implements, Pub- Op 

lie Square, h 225 S. Potomac ^^ 

Simmons Miss Lizzie VV. h 225 S. Potomac ^^ 

Simmons Mrs. Dr. Lizzie W. electrician, h 225 S. Potomac ^^ 
Simmons Dr. Thomas W. physician, 204 W. Washington, h 206 do ^^ 

Simras Annie A. dressmnker, h Jonathan nr W. M. R. R J 
Simms Mrs. Emily, h 40 W. Church 

Simms Harriet, wid Thomas, h 44 W. Church 5^ 

Simms Maria A. dressmaker, h 416 N. Jonathan ^^ 

Simms Mrs. Mary, wid. h 416 N. Jonathan ^ 
Simms Thomas, lab, h 240 N, Jonathan 
Simpson Curtis, waiter, h 108 W. Bethel 
Singer Manufacturing Co. The, William Moore, manager, ^-j 

23 S. Potomac. (See adv) 
Sinn John H. car inspector, h 434 W. Church 
Sipe George W. supt, h 34 S. Locust 



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^ Sisler Charles F. freight agent N. & W. K. E., h Hotel Hamilton 
Q Skeggs Miss Lettie, music teacher, h 5 N. Potomac 

.^id Skeggs Thomas W. boarding house, 5 N. Potomac 
CQ Skiles James W. baggage master, h 116 W, Franklin [119 do 

?H Skinner Joseph A. justice of the peace, 117 W. Washington, h 
Slaughter Philip, farm hand, h 336 N. Jonathan 
Sleasman WilliaTi F., carpenter, h 443 W. Church 
Slick Mrs. Anna, h Mary Ann nr Jackson al 
Slick Charles M. carpenter, h 27 John 
Slick Edward, emp Spoke Works, h 116 W. Franklin 
^ Slick James F. carpenter, h 430 N. Jonathan 
I Slick John H. blacksmith, h 120 N. Waluut 
EZ Slick Omer, machinist, h 120 N. Walnut 

g '-^^ Slosser Peter, h 39 E. North 

Slyer George T. emp spoke works, h Cook 

Small Albert, lawyer, 7 N. Jonathan, h 118 Prospect 

Small Eugene, pigeon fancier, h 523 N. Jon ithan 

^o Small Peter B. jr. h 117 Prospect 

§ Small Sarah B. wid Peter B, h 117 Prospect 

<<^ Smith Miss Amanda, emp laundry, h Jackson av 

^^ Smith Andrew G. Ub, h 109 E. Wasliington 

J Smith Mrs. Annie B. wid of Eobert, h 423 W. Washington 

^ Smith Arthur, harnessmaker, h Boonsboro 

2i Smith Miss Bessie, glovemaker, h 412 N. Jonathan 

a-j Smith Calvin R. junk dealer, h Frederick bey E. Antietam 

g Smith Miss Carrie, h 133 S. Locust 

O Smith Mrs. Catherine, wid, h 133 S. Locust 

XI Smith Charles, cigar maker, h 308 N. Mulberry 

a Smith Charles H. member House of Delegates, also Charles 

u Smith & Co. h Hotel Hamilton 

« Smith Ciiarles H. & Co. real estate and iusnrance, 10 N. Jonathan 

Q Smith diaries P. veterinary surgeon, 6 Couit pi, h" 127 N. Locust 
^ Smith Charles R. tinsmith,* 7 E. Franklin, h 13 N. Mulberry 

^\ Smith Mrs. David, wid, h Jackson al nr E. Franklin 
Smith David O. lab, h Wayside av c N. Locust 
Smith Edward L. paper hanger, h 340 W. Washington 
Smith Mrs. Elizabeth E. wid of William, h 222 N. Potomac 
Smith Frank, emp shirt factory, h 308 N. Mulberry 
Smith George P. fireman, h 452 George 

W Smith George P. turner, h 232 E. Church 

^ Smith George W. lawyer, 12 S. Jonathan, also pres. Mail Pub. 

^j Co. h 134 Prospect above Antietam 

Smith Gerritt H. h Prospect 
Smith Mrs. Hannah, wid, h 108 E. Franklin 
Smith Harry, transferman. h 214 E. Church 
Smith Harry, telegraph operator, 62 W. Washington 



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Smith Harry, liyery, N. Jonathan, h 121 W. Franklin ^ 
Smith Henry, lab, h 47 North ^ 
Smith Hiram J. paper hanger, h 340 Washington h^ 
Smith Miss Irene M. h 134 Prospect ^ 
Smith James H. blacksmith, h 260 S. Potomac ^ 
Smith James H. hostler, h 527 Penn av ^ 
Smith Jane E. wid of Alexander, h 524 N. Jonathan P 
Smith John, wood worker, h 127 E. Baltimore CIQ 
Smith John, hostler, h 5ti7 N. Jonathan 2 
Smith John H. bartender, 107 E. Franklin "^ 
Smith John O. grocer, 185 W. Franklin, h do Op 
Smith Joseph, car inspector, W. M. R. R. h Cook ^ 
Smith Joseph R. pres. West End Wheel Material Co. h 39 q 
W. Antietam q 
Smith Joseph S. lab, h 528 W. Washington ^ ^ 
Smith Lauran F. secty Middle States Building and Loan Associ- 
ation, h 134 Prospect ^ 
Smith Lawrence H. barber, h 215 High ?- 
Smith Miss Lizzie, emp laundry, h Jackson av S^ 
Smith Miss Lulu, h 232 E. Church 3P 



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Smith Miss Mary, h 39 W. Antietam gl 

Smith & Moatz, tel. pin mfrs. Salem av nr High hS 

Smith Mrs. R. Barbara, h 33 N. Walnut 2 a 

Smith Rhinehait, barber, h 133 S. Locust ^ 

Smith Robert Mae. Ii. (Hoffman, Connor, Smith & Co.) h i» 

134 Prospect . , 

Smith Robert W. paper hanger, h 340 W. Washington 
Smith Samuel E. cigar maker, h 18 Madison av 
Smith Thomas E. repairsman, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
Smith Miss Virginia, h Jf.ckson al nr E. Franklin 
Smith Walter R. emp West End Wheel Material Co. h 39 W 

Antietam 
Smith William A. Prof, telegraphy Wolf's Business College 
Smith William F. lawyer, h The Baldwin h^ 

Smith William H. mechanic, h 33 N. Walnut \-'* 

Smith WiUiam J. lab, h 530 W. Washington 

Smith William K. driver Adams Ex. Co. h E.Wash'tou nr S. Locust ^ 
Smith William S. emp C. V. R. R. ireight office, h|12 Madison av p 
Smith William W. lineman, h 32 George l-T* 

Snapp George, barkeeper, h Walnut cor Washington 
Snayely Mrs. Clara M. wid, h 221 S. Potomac 
Snavely George H. driver U S. Mail, h 221 S. Potomac 
Snively John, U. S. Express messenger, h 132 E. Antietam O 

Suively Mrs. Louisa, restaurant, 31 W. Church, h do r* 

Sbook William E, coachman, h Forest ^ 

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^2i Saowden Benjamin F. barber, 207 W. Franklin and 44 N. Jona- 
n'g than, h 232 W. Chusch 

^< Snvdor Cliarles, emp 0. V. B. R h 37 Wayside av 
."^ Suyder Christian N. meat market, 5 S. Potomac, h 131 N. Mul- 
berry 

8ii\(1er Daniel, tinsmith, h 19 N. Mulberry 

I ^ Ssi,v<l«T l>;tiii('l F. (Downin <fe Snyder), h 567 W. Washington 
Sn\drir DMnielJ. lab, h S. Mulberry c E. Antietam 
Snyder Dixon, brick moulder, h 114 High 
Snyder Ephriam H. grocer, 200 S. Jonathan, h do 
Snyder Rev. George A. pastor Second Reformed Church, h 218 
•'■" Potomac av 

-T Snyder, George B. emp C. V. R. R. h 335 Salem av [mac 

V|s Nnyder O. C. sec. and treas. Danzer Lumber Co. h 309 S. Poto- 
^ Snyder Mrs. Henrietta, wid of Ephriam A. h 214 S. Jonathan 
- Snyder James, driver, h Wayside av 

Snyder Jessie O. lawstudent, h The Baldwin 
Snyder John B. contractor, h 305 high 
Snyder Joshua T. farmer, h 301 E. Franklin 
Snyder Lewis, h 3l4 W. Church 

Snyder Mrs. Maggie, wid Jacob, h 29 E. Bethel [tarn 

Snyder Miss Mary E. emp shirt factory, h S. Mulberry c E. Antie- 
Snyder Mary E. restaurant 132 N. Jonathan, h do 
Snyder Norman B. printer Daily Globe, h 203 S. Jonathan 
Snyder Oliver B. grocer 57 S. Potom;ic, h 219 S. Jonathan 

a Snyder Otho M. sec. & treas. also manager Hagerstown Mattress 
& Upholstering Co. h 316 S. Potomac 
O Snyder Robert B. weaver, h 305 High 
^ Snyder Sallie J. dressmaker, h 102 E. Church 
Q Snyder Solomon, millwright, h 567 W. Washington 
^ Socks Charles H. brickmaker, h 293 "Washington av 
r^ Socks Christian J. farmer, h 293 Washington av 
Socks Frederick, printer, h 553 W. Washington 
S Socks Frederick W. brickmaker, h 293 Washington av 
■g ^ Socks George P. brickmaker, h 293 Washington av 
Sj*^ Socks George, butcher, h 293 Washington av [Washington 

< Socks John P. baggage master W. M. R. R. depot, h 523 W. 
Socks William, printer, h 523 W. Washington 
Solliday Benjamin H. student, h 324 W. Franklin 
Solliday David M. teacher, h 324 W. Franklin 
Solliday George G. clerk, h 324 W. Franklin 

W Solomon Mrs. Kate, wid of Charles, h 336 N. Jonathan 
Solomon Mahlon F. hostler, h 336 N. Jonathan 
South Thomas B. (Jones & Smith), h Hotel Hamilton 
-g South William D. printer, Mail, h 19 W. Antietim 
Jj Sipalding W. F. Hotel Windsor, 11 and 13 N. Walnut 



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Spangler Charles A. grocer, 39 N. Potomac, h 124 do }^ 

Spangler Cleggett D. artist, 60 W. Washington, h 41 N. Potomac 
Spangler Miss Lillian G. h 41 N. Potomac \Jj 

Spangler Mrs. Rebecca, wid Charles, h 41 N. Potomac. hH 

Spangler Robert L. dry goods, 35 W. Washington, h 152 8 

Potomac 
Sparks Edward R. tailor, h Fair Ground av c N. Locust 
Spessard Miss Anna, h 142 N. Jonathan 



Spessard Cleggett A. carpenter, h 143 Jefferson ^^ 

Spessard Rev. David F. h S. Potomac opp Cemetery j^JT 

Spessard Miss Florence B. milliner, h 107 Penn av ^^ 

Spessard Harry E. insurance, h 507 N. Jonathan f^ 

Spessard John W. lab, h 507 N. Jonathan "Jj 

Spessard William R. agent, h 107 Penn av ^3 

Spickle Harry, emp Spoke Works, h Washington av hri 
Spickler John M. farmer, 35 Elizabeth 

Spickler Thomas, brickmaker, h Washington av Qq 

Spielman A. B. machinist, h 508 W. Washington <^ 

Spielman David H. supt Rose Hill Cemetery, h do ^^ 
Spieliuaii Edward B. mangr. gas works, h Frederick c Rose av CJ 

Spielman Emery E. h 37 W. Antietam Q^ 

Spielman Ezra, lab, h 126 E, Church ^ 
Spielman Jacob, h 538 W. Washington 

Spielman Jacob A. sawyer, h 117 E. Church d-o 
Spielman Jacob R. undertaker, 29 and 31 E. Washington, h do 
Spielman James H. lab, h 330 N. Mulberry 
Spielraan John A. salesman, h 37 W. Antietam 

Spielman Mrs. Josephine, dressmaker, h 45 E. Washington 2® 

Spielman Miss Sallie, h 538 W Washington 5-" 
Spielman l^iainuel C private school, 115 E. Church, h do. J'g 

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Spielman Weslev, carpenter, h Washington av »_* 

Spielman William H. h 101 E. Church <3> 



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2 Spigler Aimer D. emp Fair Grounds, h do 
j^ Spigler Charles, brakeman, h 403 W. Antietam 
^ Spigler Thomas B. h 21 Madison av 
^ Spigler William Mc. brakeman, h 47 Elizabeth 
^ Sprecher George, canvasser, 123 N. Locust 

Sprecber Miss Kate, dressmaker, h 123 N. Locust 
§ Sprecher Qnimby A. farmer, h 65 Frederick 
I Sprecher William H. emp bicycle works, h 501 S. Potomac 
o^ Springer Martha J. h 105 Church 

Springer William H. emp B. & O. R. R. h 503 S. Potomac 
Stahl Miss Georgie, h Hotel Hamilton 
Stahl Miss Lydia, h 35 E. Antietam 

Stake Hon Edward, Associate Judge Circuit Court, 17 S. Jona- 
than, h S. Potomac 
Staley Charles O, tinner, h 207 Salem av 
Staley D. W. clerk County Commissioners Court House 
^ Staley John D. miller, h 207 Salem av 
Oh Staley Richard R. printer, h 207 Salem av 
^ Standard Oil Co, W. H. McClave, manager. West End 
oj Stanhope Edward, clerk, h 322 Potomac av 
00 Stanhope John T. clerk, h 332 Potomac av 
C Btartz Daniel R. teamster, h west end Washington 
qj Startzman David, carpenter, h west end Washington 
to Startzman Harry K. (Rowland & Startzman), h 6 E. Antietam 
X^ Startzman Jacob M. h 6 E. Antietam 

Startzman William H. market inspector, h 42 Elizabeth 
^ Startzman William H. car inspe'jtor, h 555 W. Washington 
'-t-' l§itauffer Dr. Alvin P. homeopathist, 28 S. Potomac, h 30 
00 do (See adv) 

^ Stau£fer John J. conductor, h Walnut c Antietam 
S Stauffer Mrs. Sophia, wid of John H. h 528 W. Washington 
^ Steel Mary E. h 17 James 
^ Steele Robert R. teamster, h 103 N. Mulberry 
G Steele William E. brakeman, h 17 James 



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Steffey Edward P. fSteffey & Findley), also station ageut W. M. W 

E. R. East Hagerstown ^ 

Steffey & Findley, coal and feed, Potomac av nr W. M. R. R. ^J 

Steffey John Gr. bookkeeper, h Williamsport ^ 

Steffey Mrs. Lutie, wid of John L. h 26 S. Potomac ^ 

Steinbach Frederick, lab, h 22 W. Church P 

Steinbaugh William H. bib, h N. Locust 

Stem Charles L. saloon, 23 N. Jonathan, h 119 W. Franklin (JQ 

Stembach Charles, lab, h 22 W. Church CD 

Stembach Thomas, lab, h 22 W. Church ^ 

Stephens Mrs. Irene, wid, shoes and hats W. Washington, h 105 q^ 

E. Franklin CC 
Stevens Thomas, h 43 N. Winter 

Stevenson George S. bookkeeper, h 49 S. Jonathan Cj 

Stewart Fred S. telegraplipr,Hera!d office,h E.North nr N.Locust O 

Stewart Miss Martha, teacher, h 240 Potomac av >I 
Stewart William, organ dealer, h 26 E. Franklin ^ 

Stickel Daniel A. miller, h Frederick Hg 

Stickel William H. miller, h 314 W. Fr;,nklin ^f-^ 

Stitler Warren, emp table works, h 440 George oa 

St. John William C. plumber, h 34 E. Antietam §^ 

St. Joseph's Academy, Sister M. Theophora, Superior, 135 W. " H 

Baltimore [than 

Stockslisger Willinui E. (J. C. Davhoff & Co.) h 222 S. Jona- pT 

Stohler Charles, foreman United Sdk Mill, h 128 W. Franklin >-^ 
Stone Frederick F. clerk, h 147 E. Franklin 

Stonebraker Benjamin F. ^Stonebtaker Bros.) h 43 N. Potomac 
Stonebraker Bros, bakers and confectioners, 43 N. Potomac 
Stonebraker Frank W. h 141 S. Jonathan [av 

litoiiebraker Creorj^e M. (Stonebraker & Mason)h484 Potomac 

Stonebraker J, Ell*iwortli, I'J. W. Stonebraker & Son), h j^ 

55 W. FrankHn ^ [Potomac ^^ 

Stonebraker John W. (J. W. Ston-'braker & Son), h 45 N fcjJ 

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<M Htonebraker J. W. & Son, fertilizers and agricultural im- 
I-. plements, W. Antietam, east of B. & O. freight house. 

^ (See adv) 

C3 Stonebraker Joseph W. (Stonebraker Bros.) h 43 N. Potomac 
}T , Stonebraker Miss Lena, h 45 N. Potomac 

l^toitebraker dr Mason, insurance and rsal estate, 113 W. 

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Stoops James, lab, h 215 High 
Q Storey Miss Alice R. clerk, h 316 W. Washington 

Storey Miss Belle F. teacher, h 316 W. Washington 
^ Storey Miss Carrie, clerk, h 316 W. Washington 
2^ storey Miss Emma, clerk, h 316 W. Washington 
C! Storey Mrs. Ida M. h 111 Elizabeth 
(P Storey John W. h 316 W. Washington 

Storey Miss Katie S. clerk, h 310 W. Washington 
C Storey Miss Lizzie Z. clerk, h 316 W. Washington 
*c3 Stotler Miss Alice, h 109 W. Franklin 
r^ Stotler Charles, h 445 George 
^ Stoufifer Alfred, carpenter, h 141 E. Church 

•^ Stoufifer Mibs Anna L. wid William, h 38 George 
"w Stoufittr Mrs. Anna R. wid Samuel, h 267 Washington av 
^ Stoufifer Miss Blanche, clerk, h 113 E, Autietam 
W Stoufifer Clinton S. grocer, N Mulberry c E. Church, h do 
5? Stouffer Daniel B. (Stoufifer & Darner), h Hotel Hamilton 
IStoufier &. Darner, (D. B. Stoufifer and J. J. Darner), props. 
Hagerstown steam marble and granite works, opp B. <fe O. 
+3 depot. (See page opp 17) 

Jh Stoufifer Ellis M. letter carrier, h 101 E. Church 

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Stouflfer Mrs. E. green groceries, N. Mulberry, h 141 E. Church 

Stouflfer Frank B. h 124 E. Franklin 

Stouffer Frederick, shipping clerk, h N. Mulberry 

Stouffer Mrs. George M. wid, h 141 E. Church 

Stouffer Harry D. bottler, h 38 George 

Stouffer H. Hoffman, (Stoutier & Hoover), h Wayside av 

Stouffer Harry McC. salesman, h 124 E. Franklin 

Stouffer Harvey McC. constable, h 513 Washington 

Stouffer Henry S. fence maker, h 146 E. Franklin 

Stouffer & Hoover, meat market, 439 W. Church 

Stouffer Howard E. carpenter, h 101 E. Church 

Stouffer Mrs. John R. wid, grocer, 113 E. Antietam, 

Stouffer Mary E. wid Jeremiah, h 20 N. Locust 

Stouffer Otilian S. teamster, h Lee 

Stouffer Roy, engineer, h N. Locust nr John 

Stouffer Samuel C. grocer, h N. Mulberry c E. Church 

Stouffer William, lab, h 238 E. Church 

Stouffer William C. carpenter, h 124 E. Franklin 

Stouffer Wm. H. driver, h 56 Frederick 

Stough Wm. W. (Thrush & Stough), h Shippeusburgh, Pa. 

Stover Clyde, student, h 113 E. Franklin 

Stover Daniel P. (Martin & Stover), h E. Washington 

Stover Elmer E. night agent, Adams Ex. Co. h Mansion House 

8tover Frederick W. agent Adams Express Company, h 29 

S. Walnut 
Stover Geo. E. asst. cashier Mechanics' Loan and Savings Insti- 
tute, h 318 W. Washington 
Stover Geo. W. carpenter, h 318 W. Washington 
Stover Harry E. wall paper, shades and sewing machines, 
Hotel Hamilton block. North Jonathan, h do. (See adv) 



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^ stover John R. grocer, 147 S. Potomac, h 19 E. Baltimore 
Q Stover Miss M;iggie, saleslady, h 19 E. Baltimore 
-+J Stover W. Wallaee, secretary nnd treasurer Mechanics Loan 
CQ and Savings Institute. 72 E. Antietam 

^ Straub Harry H. rcMl est ite broker, Hotel Hamilton, h 518 W. 
Washington 
Street John M. trav. salesman, h Hotel Hamilton 
. . Straub Mrs. S. Dnniel, wid, li 518 W. W-tshiugton 
P5 Straub Miss Kate H. h 518 W. Washington 

Strife Abraliain C lawyer, 108 W. Washington, h 10 South 
^ Potomac 

a Strite Samuel, county school commissioner, h at Leitersburg 
2 Strite W. drug clerk, h 105 W. Franklin 
f Strock Alvin, railroader, h E. Franklin ab Jackson al 
g "^ Strock Harry, lab, h E. Franklin bey Jackson al 
<^ Strong Miss Emma, h 446 W. Washington 
^ - Strong Samuel M. fruit grower, h 44(5 W. Washington 



Stuart Wm. lab, h 347 N. Jonathan 

StuU Lloyd, emp spoke wks, h 229 W. Franklin 
%^ Sturgeon Col. Sheldeu, h The Baldwin 
^^ Suman Albert, h W. North 
w Suman Lewis H. baker, h 4 S. Potomac 
g Suman Wm. H. lab, h al r W. North 
< Summers Ezra, h Locust c Bethel 

Summers Geo. h 135 E. Bethel 
a ' Summers Harry E. baker, h 43 N. Potomac 
> Summers Geo. A. lab, h 24 Elizabeth 
t- Summers Samuel M. clerk, h 43 N. Potomnc 
^ Summers Solomon, clerk, h 326 N. Jonathan 
'? Summers Miss Sophia, cashier, h 456 N. Jonathan 
-^ Summers Walter K. clerk, h 326 N. Jonathan 
Q Sunderland Joseph A. car inspector, h 16 Norway av 

^ Sute Miss Lizzie, bookkeeper, h 32 E. Franklin 
f^ Suter Albert, painter, h 417 W. Church 

Suter Charles M. undertaker, 42 W. Franklin, h do 

Snter Samuel A. meat market, 3 Public Square, h 32 East 
Franklin. (See adv) 

Suter Wm. S. h 32 E. Franklin 

Swain George W. fireman, h 220 High 

Swallow Dr. John E. dentist, Pub. Sq., h Smithburg pike 

Swarbrick James A. painter, h 117 Foundry 

Swarbrick Miss Lizzie, teacLer, h 117 Foundry 

Swartz Charles E. clerk, 24 W. Washington, h'l2 E. Washington 

Swartz C. Harry, clerk, h 133 E. Franklin 

Swartz Heniy C. spokemaker, h Cook [Franklin 

Swartz John D. merchant tailor, 24 W. Washington, h 137 E. 



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Fruits and Vegetables, Fish, Oysters, 

Melons and every thing that's 

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Open Day and Night. 

No. 2 Fublic Square. Stall No. 3 Citj Market 

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Swartz William S. h 133 E. FraDklin 

Swartz William S. jr., U. S. Collector, h 133 E. Franklin 

Sweeney John B, tobaccouist, 58 W. Washington, h 13 do 

Sweeting Howard E. steward. Hotel Hamilton, h do 

Swinger Mrs. Fredericka, wid of Daniel, h 203 E. Franklin 

Swinger Irving, emp bicycle works, h Elm 

Swinger John G. bartender, h 31 Bethel 

Swink Miss Carrie, h 327 W. Franklin 

Swink Decatur M. engineer, h 327 W. Franklin 

Swink Miss Ella, h 327 W. Franklin 

Swink Mrs. Martha J. wid, h 327 W. Franklin 

Switzer Samuel H. carpenter, h Salem av nr Alexander 

Swope Charles, lumber cutter, h 24 High 

Swope Michael, h 128 W. Church 

Syester Mrs. Andrew K. wid, h 173 Prospect 

Syester Lewis D. law student, also local editor Daily Herald 
and Torchlight, h 173 Prospect 

Syester Miss Louise, h 173 Prospect 

Taggart Ellen J. teacher, h 119 W. Antietam 

Taggart Thomas, treas. and secy. Washington Co. Savings Insti- 
tution, 13 S. Jonathan, h 119 W. Antietam 

Talbot George, hod carrier, h Braxtons av 

Tall John R. shoemaker, h 427 W. Church 

Tawney Jeremiah, mason, h 307 Salem av 

Taylor Miss Alice, teacher, h 19 W. Washington 

Taylor Mrs. Ueorgie, wid, house keeper. Hotel Hamilton, h do 

Taylor James, h Alexander 

Taylor Mrs. Milton, wid, h North bel Jonathan 

Taylor Peter, helper, h 43 N. Potomac 

Tennant Palmer, clerk, N. & W. freight office, h Hotel Hamilton 



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o o Thirston Calvin B, oil dealer, h 51 Madison av 

^^ Thirston John B. h 420 W. Washington 

-2;'^ Thomas Benjamin R. waiter, h 33 W. Church 

^ Thomas Mrs. Caroline, wid Lemuel, h 208 E. Franklin 

of Thomas Christian, shoemaker, h 54 Antietam 
^ Thomas Daniel A. fertilizers, N. Jonathan, h 337 S. Potomac 
§^ Thomas Fredeiick, farmer, h 145 E. Franklin 
H Thomas Frederick H. carpenter, h 301 N. Mulberry 
^ Thomas & Gambrill, wholesale liquors, Public Square 
Thomas James A. h W. Bethel ab Jonathan 
O TboiiiaK tf. E, (Thomas & Gambrill), also propr the Baldwin 
CJ Thomas J. Frank, auctioneer, h S. Locust bej Lee 
PlJ Thomas Joshua, lab, h Cannon av opp Antietam 
^ Thomas J. Knight, coufectiouery and fruits, 47 W. Washington, 
j3 h Franklin House 

Thomas Miss Lizzie, h Hotel Hamilton [Antietam 

Thomas Mertie A. printer Globe office, h Cannon av opp E. 
Thomas Oliver, lab, h W. Antietam nr W. M. R. R. 
Thomas William F. lab, 44 Winter 
Thompson Benjamin lab, h 44 E. Church 
.^j Thompson David L. lab, h 230 S. Jonathan 
O Thompson Edward L. night foreman Herald and Torchlight, h 

W28 Frederick 
Thompson George W. shoemaker, 138 Locust, h do 
^ Thompson Henry, waiter, h 301 N. Jonathan 
H Thompson Isaac, lab, h 333 N. Jonathan 
^j Thompson Jacob, lab, h W. Antietam nr W. M. R. R. 
r* Thompson Jacob, lab, h Green la nr W. M. R. R. 
^ Thompson Jacob, lab, li 230 S. Jonathan 
Q Thompson James, lab, h 239 S. Jonathan 

Thompson Roland E. bottler, 440 W. Washington, h do 
Thompson Oscar C. painter, h 28 Frederick 
*i Thompson 8amuel S. coach maker, h 28 Frederick 
« « Thompson Miss Sallie, h 32 IS. Potomac 
<^ Thoruburg Frank L. carpenter, h 151^ S. Locust 
^<2 Thornburg Robert C. contractor, h 34 E. Washington 
^^ Thornburg Robert E. clerk, h 34 E. Washington 

r - Thiush George \V. (Thrush & Stough), h Shippensburgh, Pa 
'O Thrush & Stough, (G. W. Thrush and W. W. Stough) carriage 
2 maufs, rear 124 S. Potomac 

55 Thum Benjamin R, clerk, h 114 W. FrankHn 
^ Thum C. S. driver U. S. Ex. Co. h 103 W. Franklin 
PP Thum David, h 103 VV. Franklin 

Thum William O. clerk Hotel Hamilton, h 103 W. Franklin 
-*^ Tice Miss Anna B. h 39 W. Franklin 
^ Tice Catherine S. A. wid of William M. h 337 W. Washington 



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Tice Mrs. Mary, wicl of Henry K. b 39 W. Franklin '■^ 

Tice William H. h 39 W. Frauklin 

Tierney B. Franklin, messenger, li 321 W. Washington 

Tierney Miss Mollie, h 321 W. Washington 

Tinims Mrs. J. H. wid, h 312 W. W^ashington P 

Tinger Theo. shoemaker, h 106 Jeiferson ^ 

Titlow David A. spokemaker, h 451 W. Church dQ 

Titlow John, mason, h 330 N.Jonathan CD 

Titlow Kate, wid John E. h 111 Foundry ab Franklin *^ 

Titlow Miss Mary, h 222 Potomac av 

Titlow Miss Mollie, 111 Foundry 

Tolson Abraham, lab, 129 W. Bethel 

Toms William, lumberman, h N. Mulberry 

Towson William P. (W. P. Towson & Co.), h Hotel Hamilton 

Towson W. P. & Co. elevator and coal, W. Baltimore nr S. Jon- "* 

athan ^N 

Trayer Nettie, h 60 W. Washington g* 

Tritch Walter, wood finisher, h 438 George ^ 

Tritle Miss A. M. h 8 E. North ^ 

Tritle Miss Clara L. dressmaker, 133 W. Franklin, h do HH 

Tritle Miss Nettie, h 133 W. Franklin H^ 

Trone Benjamin F. carpenter, h 509 S. Potomac *-*• 

Troup John A. h 341 S. Potomac O 

Trovinger Charles M. lab, h 213 High . ^ 

Trovinger Clinton, carpenter, h 137 S. Locust ^*^ 

Trovinger Ehza, wid Samuel, h 213 High 2 

Trovinger Elmer, driver, h 309 high q 

Trovinger John, printer, h 118 E. Bethel ci^ 

Trovinger William H. cabinetmaker, h 118 E. Bethel ^ 
Trowbridge Oscar, horsetrainer, h 36 N. Jonathan [Pike ^^' 
Tioxell William D. shoemaker, 43 N. Jonathan, h Cavttown 2 
Truman Joseph, head waiter Hotel Hamilton, h 238 N. Jonathan rS 



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^1 Trusty Charles W. E. teacher, h 38 North 

^o Truman Miss Mary E. h 336 N. Jonathan 

^g Turner Joseph, Fireman, h 125 Salem av [adv) 

^ Turner J. I>. groceries, N. Mulberry c E. Franklin, h do (See 

« Twine Miss Emma J. h Browns av 

^ Twine Mrs. Sarah, wid, h Brcwns av 

4^ Tyler & Brown, saloon, 131 N. Jonathan 

Tyler Dennis, lab, h al rear Jonathan bel church 
Tyler Joseph, (Tvler and Brown), h 130 N. Jonathan 

O Uiiler William H. grocer 1()2 W. Franklin, h 44 W. Church 

<D Ullman Thomas P. blacksmith, h 18 W. Baltimore 

Pil Ullrich ]flr.<i. Catherine, wid Charles, musical instruments, 
CQ toys, &c. 55 W. Washington, h do. (See adv) 

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Jj Complete Aseortment of 

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ff\ and Musical Merchandise of every description (except Pianos and Organs). 

A large etock of Sheet Masic and Mnsic Books and a fine assortment of Strings for all In- 
r^4 stmmente. AH Sheet Music sold at a liberal discount. Exa i ine our Stock and save money. 

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y Ullrich Miss Alice, h 55 W. Washington 
Cw Ullrich Miss Frances, h 319 Salem av 

O Ullrich Howard, clerk, h 55 W. Washington 

P Ullum Miss Rachel V. saleslady, h 16 W. Baltimore 
UUum Thomas J. blacksmith, 14 W. Baltimore, h 16 do 
Ullrich John, grocer, 319 Salem av, h do 

S Ullrich Samuel, tabacconist, 117 W. Washington, h 119 do 
1^ Unger F. Pierce, engineer, h 23 W. Baltimore 
t^ Unger Harry B express messenger, h 42 E, Antietam 

-> Unger Martin L. engineer, h E. Baltimore 
^^ Unger Wilford G. engineer, h 25 Winter 
^^ United Silk Mannfactnring Co. Garlinger 

^ U. S. ExpresH Co. M. H. Miller, manager, 59 W. Washington 
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"^ Updegraff Edward M. (George Updegraff & Son), h Los Angeles, 
j Updegraff Ellis, fireman h 554 W. Washington 
rv Updegraff George W. tinsmith, h 4 Washington 



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and Edward M. Updegraff), clothing, boots and shoes, 

also glove mfrs. dry goods, 29. 31 and 33 W. Washington 
Updegraflf George F. (George Updegraff & Son), h W. Franklin 
Updegraff John, printer, h 554 W. Washington 
Updegraff John E. condnctor,N. & W. E. R. h 554 W. Washing'n 
Updegraff Joseph B. Prof. Preparitory Dept. Wolf's Business 

College, h 16 S. Mulberry '^'^ 

Updegraff" Samuel, h 233 N. Locust [ington 

Updegraff William (George Updegraff & Son), h 25 West Wash- 
Updegraph William M. (George Updegraff <fe Son), h E. Antie- 

tara nr S. Mulberry 
Valentine Miss Cora, h Franklin c Jackson al 
Valentine Mrs. Eleanor, wid Geo. h E. Franklin c Jackson al ^—i 

Valentine Francis M. carpenter, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery ^Q 

Valentine Geo. h S. Potomac opp Cemetery ^- 

Valentine Geo. W. carpenter, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery Pj 

Valentine John W. h Carroll av n W. M. R. R. P 

Valentine Wm. J. apiary, h Carroll av nr W. M. R. R. CQ 

Vao I>evaiiter R. £l. diuggist,333 W. Washington, h 323 do C+ 
Van L3ar J. Finle}', correspondent, h 11^5 Prospect . ■ 

Van Lear John, cashier Second National Bank, h 113 Prospect ^0 
Van Mater Augustus (Crawford & Co.), h 315 S. Potomac S© 

Van Valkenburgh Edward C. trav, salesman, h 47 S. Jonathan tjT 
Varnhart C. E. clerk, h W. Washington H^» 

Wagaman Charles D. lawyer, S Jonathan, h 20 Frederick M 

Wagelev Mann, spoke turner, h 11 Norway ;<v ^ 

Wageley Thomas, emp tel. pin works, h 2i9 W. Franklin 1^ 

Wagner J. W. jeweler, h 42 W. Washington ^ 

Wagner Upton, quarrvinan, h 46 Church 

Wagner Wm. lab, h 160 N. Bethel QQ 

Wagoner Miss Annie, clei k, h S. Potomac C+- 

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Wac'oner E. Everett, clerk, h 312 S. Locust 

Wagoner John H. photographer, 12 N. Potomac, h do 

Wagoner R. T. barber, 6 N. Potomac av, h 51 W. Church 

Wallace Charles, fireman, h 20 Salem av 

Wallace Daniel A. engineer, h 22 Salem av 

Wallace Hiram C. foreman, round house, N. & W. R. R. h 20 

Salem av 
Walker Allen, lab, h al r Church bel Walnut 
Walker Mrs. Eveline, wid Floyd, h 51 North 
Walker Geo. teamster, h Smoketowu 
Walker Mrs. Thomas J. vvid, h 409 W. Washington 
Wallace Wm. fireman, h 1^08 W. Washington 
Walker Thomas W. h 409 W. Washington 
Walker Mrs. Wm. W. wid, wholesale liquor dealer, 39, 41, 45, 

and 47 S. Jonathan, h 49 do 
Walsh Miss C. Louisa, dressmaker, h 177 S. Jonathan 
Walsh David, bartender. Hotel Hamilton 
Walsh Edward S. artist, h Cannon av nr E. Antietam 
Walsh Emily J. teacher, h 177 S. Jonathan 
Walsh Josiah, h 177 S. Jonathan 
Walsh Miss Mary S. h 117 S. Jonathan 
Waltemever John lab, h Alexander 
Walters Simon, lab, h 41 Winter 

Walters Edward, driver, h 236 N. Jonathan [ady) 

Walts C C & Co. druggists, S. Potomac c E. Antietam (See 



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Fine SODA Water for Fine People. 

WaltH Charles C. (C. C. Walts & Co), h 8 E. Antietam 
Walts D. Y. drn« clerk, h 8 E. Antietam 
Waltz Eliza L. J. dressmaker, h 117 E. Franklin 
Waltz Mrs, Susanna, wid of Morton, h 117 E. Franklin 
Wampler Mrs. Barbara, wid of Jeremiah, h 36 N. Locust 
Wantz Daniel K. machinist, h 313 W. Church 

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•Wantz Mrs. Eliza, wid, h 315 W. Church ™ 
Wantz Miss Jane, h 25 N. Potomac . . 
Ward Charles C. h 115 W. Autietam tfl 
Ward Joseph C. clerk, h 115 W. Antietam hH 
Ward Thomas, lab, h 61 Frederick fj 
Wareham David, h 137 W. Fr^Eklin [103 do fW 
Wareham Edward A. physician and drugt^ist, 101 W. Franklin, h ^ 
Wareham Geo. W. engineer, h429 W. Cliurch ^5 
Wareham Joliu S. baker, confectioner and ice cream, 105 & ^w 
107 W. Franklin, h 109 do. (See adv) r^ 
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J. S. WAREHAM, - Proprietor. 

Families supplied with pure Ice Cream of my own manufacture. Wed- ^J 

dings and Parties supplied wholesale and retail. Home-made Bread ^^ 

a specialty. V^ 

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Wareham S. J. h 429 W. Church J». 

Warick George lab, h 134 W. Antietam ^' 

WariQg Edwin B. h S. Jonathan c W. Baltimore cr" 

Wariug Miss L. Edes, teacher of dancing, h S. Jonathan c W. <i> 

Baltimore -_ 

Warner George, janitor Court HoQse.h 446 George ^* 

Warner Frederick, h 124 W. Church «rt- 

Warner James B. sewing machine repairer, also magistrate, 42 S. 

N. Jonathan, h 120 S. Mulberry 55 
Warner Leo, clerk, h 124 W. Church [do J^ 

Warner Richard, grocer, also livery, 233 and 235 N. Jonathan, h |_a 

Warner Robert, grocer, 122 and 124 N. Church, h do C> 

Warner William M. pumpmaker, h 106 E. Church c^ 
Washington Co. Home for Orphans and Friendless Children, D. 

Emmert, supt. S. Potomac j^ 

Washington Co. Jail, Jonathan cor Church ^^ 

Washington Co. Savings Institution, John B. Smith, pres., P" 

Thomas Taggart, treas. and sectv., 13 S. Jonathan -^ 

Wuiiihiugtoii Coiiuty Water Co. C. F. Manning, treas. ^ 

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W^ashiugton, cook, Hamilton House, h 415 N. Jonathan g" 

Washington Mrs. Percilla, h 413 W. Antietam 



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2 fc WMsbington Miss Susan, li 413 W. Antietam 

Wason George, pawn broker, N. Jonathan, h 114 W. Franklin 
Wason Tiieodore, batcher, h 23 W. Church 
Waters Richard, h 38 North 
tp Watkios Luther M. undertaker, 43 E. Franklin, h do 
Watkins Richard, asst. undertaker, h 43 E. Franklin 
Watson Charles M. grocer, 208 High, h 221 do 
Watson Mrs. Jeunie, h 14 W. Bethel 

Watson John C. prof. Eng. Branches, Wolf's Business College 
^ Watson Snowden H. collector, h 211 High 
Watson William, lab, h 177 W. Franklin 
Waugh Miss Adelia, h 54 Frederick 
Waugh James W. tailor, h 54 Frederick 
cj Waugh James W. jr., h 54 Frederick 
bJD Weast Mrs. Susan, wid of Hiram, h 160 Prospect 
C Weaver George, h 15 Frederick 
'n "Web»» Charles, of J. prop. Hotel Hamilton 
g Webb William J. clerk, h 516 W. Washington 
5 Weberly Joseph, brakeman, h W. Church nr Winter 
^ Webster Miss Sadie, h al r North, ab N. Jonathan 
^ Welch t John M. (Weicht & Rowland), h Winchester Va. 
{^ Weicht & Rowland, wholesale and retail liquor dealers, 123 W. 
C Franklin 

'lU Weighenmeyer S. H. supt. Windsor Knitting Mill, h 45 E. North 
q3 Weinberg Hartog, (Loewenstein Bios. & Co.), h The Baldwin 
n^ Welden Peter, engineer, h 78 Madison av 
Weller Miss Kittie M. h 121 N. Jonathan 
.i: Weller William M. blacksmith, 121 N. Jonathan, h do 
< Wellinger Jacob, lab, h 331 W. Church 

^^ Welsh John S. fireman, h r 456 N. Jonathan [Locust 

Q ^ Wenuer Mortimer S. green grocer, 325 W. Washington, h 38 S. 
X Werst Levi, wagonmaiier, Frederick c E. Baltimore, h do 

r, Werst William, cigar maker, h Frederick c Baltimore 
Q West C. H. brakeman, h Valley 

^^ West Miss Emma, dressmaker, h 42 S. Potomac [ington 

Ph West End Improvement Co., D. W, Reichard, mgr. 104 W. Wash- 
^ \Ve.»»t End Wheel Material Co. D. Hoopes, treas, J. R, 

H Smith, pres. Highland av. (See adv) 

. West William H. shoemaker, h 3 08E. Church [mac 

hn Western Maryland R. R. Freight Depot, W. Baltimore ab Poto- 
Western Maryland R. R. Passenger Depot, Washington c Foundry 

H Western Union Telegraph Co. David C. Aughinbaugh, manager, 
^. 52 W. Washington 

PQ Westfall Samuel, lab, 423 W. Washington 
Wetsel Emmert, wood cutter, h 438 George 
Wetter John, umbrell is, 27 E. Franklin, h 52 do 



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Wheaton Jacob F. nurse, h 38 W. Bethel 
Whipp Mrs. David, wid, h 250 S. Potomac 
White Daniel, gardenei', h 135 E. Washington 
White Thomas, lab, h 119 W. Franklin 
White Wm. H. Lib, h 135 E. Washington 

Whitmer Augustus, plasterer, h 113 Jetferson CT^ 

Whitmore Frank, h 45 Bway ^^ 

Whitmore John T. millwright, h 109 E. Antietam 
Whitmore Percy, clerk, h 109 E. Antietam 

Whitmore S imuel B. printer, h 45 E. Washington OD 

Whitmore Wm. cigar maker, h Jackson la m 

Whitson Moses, secretary Antietam cement mills, p. o. bldg., h C/3 
Middleburgh pike *^ 

Wicks Geo. waiter, h 32 W. Bethel 
Widdows Geo. T. mason, h 114 E. Bethel 
Widdows Mrs, Elizabeth, wid, h 2 Jeflfeison 
Widdows Wm, lab, h Jefferson c Mulberrv 
Wiebel Augustine L. brick mfr,, h 312 \V. Franklin -r-' 

Wiebel Fred W. brick mfr. h 310 W. Franklin — 

Wiebel Frederick A. brickmaker, h Lee u S. Potomac ^2 

Wiebel John, brick burner, h !119 E. Antietam G^ 

Wiebel Lewis H. brick mfr. h 312 W. Franklin 
Wiebel Mrs. Maria, wid, h 119 E. Antietam 

Wieber Augustus T, watchman, 65 E. Antietam, h do o 

Wiesner Joseph C. organ agent, h 234 Mulberry § 

Wiles Miss Bertha O. h 45 E. North ^ 

Wiles Charles E. clerk, h 45 E. North S 

Wiles Cleggett D, brick layer, h S. Mulberry ^ 

Wiher Louis, spoke maker, 105 E. Antietam ^ 

Wiles David H, lawyer, 114 W. Washington, h 116 do w 

Wiles Miss Jessie V. music teacher, h 45 E, North 5; 

Wiles John G. bricklayer, h 258 S. Potomac | 



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Wilhirle Alfred S. bricklayer, h 260 Washington av 

Wilhiile Mrs. <::yrus P. wid, h 50 E. Washington 

Wilhide Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 258 W. Antietam 

AVdlhide Frederick, h 230 E. Church 

Willhi<le S. %%'intoii, propr. Sam's Cafe, 22 W. Washington, 

b do. (See adv) 
Williams Archie, hib, h 144 W. Cburch 
Williams Mrs. Henry, wid, h 132 W. Antietam 
Williams Frank K. emp spoke wks, h 248 N. Mulberry 
Williams J. Harry, machiDist, h Foundry n W. Wasliington 
Williams Horace, lab, h 38 E. Church 

Williams John C. machinist, h Foundry n W. Washington 
Williams John N. h 227 N. Jonathan " 

Williams Monroe W. shoemaker, 31 Fouudrv, h 339 Salem av 
Williams Nelson C. waiter, h 29 W. Church" 
Williams R. lab, h Charter 

Williamson Mrs. Catharine E. wid of William S . h 130 N. Potomac 
Wills Miss Gertie, h 5(32 W. Washington 
Wills Jacob H. marble works, 45 N. Jonathan, h 562 W. 

Washington. (See adv) 




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Marble ■» Granite Works 

Monuments, Headstones, Copings, 

Lintels, Marble and Slate Mantels. 

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Wills Miss Maggie, clerk, h 562 W. Washington 
Wills William J. cigarmaker, h 562 W. Washington 
Wilson Mrs. Annie, wid of Granville, h 23 N. Mulberry 
Wilson Miss Florence, emp shirt factory, h 23 N. Mulberry 
Wilson Harry M. emp restaurant, h 219 N. Mulberry 
Wilson Miss Jennie, emp laundry, h 23 N. Mulberry 
Wilson Walter D. restaurant, 15 Franklin, h 219 N. Mulberry 
Winch Jacob J. clerk N. & W. E. K., h 204 E. Franklin 
Winch Jacob, grocer, 202 E. Franklin, h do 
Wind Charles, clerk, h 41 W. Washington 

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Winder Charles W. supt M oiler Organ Factory, h 234 Potomac av ,* 
Windtield James M. grocer, 335 N. Jonathan, h 332 do 

Windsor Ht;tel« W. F. Spalding, propr, 11 and 13 N. Walnut 00 

Windsor Knitting Mill, S. H. Weighenmeyer, supt, Salem av ^ 

Winebener John W. bartender, h 11 N. W^alnut i^ 

Wingert Henry F. lawyer, 4 Court Place, h Western pike fV 

Wingler George, blackinnith, h 29 E. Antietam ^ 

Winter Charles, tailor, h S. Potomac ^ 

Winter Miss Florence, h 320 Potomac ►^ 

Winter Fred, clerk, h 145 S. Potomac J^ 

Wiuter George li. confectionery wholesale, and fruits, W. ^ 

Antietam opp B. «fe O. depot, h 3.'.0 S. Potomac. (See adv) Q 

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Winter Henry, brick mfr. h 145 S. Jonathan ^ 

Wiuter Jonas, druggist, h 202 Prospect ^L 

Wiuter Lewis T. clerk, h Lee nr S. Locust ® 

Wiuter William, brick mfr. Elizabeth, h 320 S. Potomac ^-^ 
Wiutermoyer Harry, printer, h E. Franklin 
Winters Miss Alice, wid Joseph A. h 121 N. Locust 

Winters Miss Laura, clerk, h 227 S. Locust ^. 

Winters Theodore A. cab driver, h 227 S. Locust Z3 

Wise Mrs. Catharine M. wid of Jacob H. b 116 E. Franklin CTQ 
Wise Charles E. groceries, 449 W. Washington, h do 

Wise Harry, bookkeeper, h 237 S. Potomac o 

Wise John E. h 305 S. Potomac 8p 
Wise Joshua D. blacksmith, 151 W. Franklin, h 221 N. Mulberry S 

Wise Joshua D. jr. blacksmith, h Alexander ^ 

Wise Mrs. Eichard, wid, h 455 W. Washington nr High S- 
Wishard Saiuiiel J. dentist, oO S. Jonathan, h do. (See adv) w 

Witmer Peter A. treas. school board, h 45 Broadway n. 
Witzenbacher Mrs Catharine, saloon, 20 E. Washington, h do g 

Witzenbacher Fred J. clerk, 20 E. Washington 3 



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Q Beautiful Set of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Made from the Best 

MateriaL Teeth Extracted Without Pain, all Work 
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n Witzenbacher William J. lawyer, 115 W. Washington, h 20 E. 

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p Woessner Edward E. shoemaker, h 174 W. Franklin 
0^ Woesner Mrs. Louisa, wid, h 174 W. Franklin 
Wolf Albert, teamster, h 8. Mulberry 

bJD Wolf Charles, cigarmaker, h S. Potomac opp Cemetery 
.S Wolf Charles, lab, h Garlinger av 
■^3 Wolf D. £lmer, prin. and prop. Wolf's Business College, 

Qj Second Nat. Bank Building, h 139 S. Potomac. (See front 

j_J cover and page 12) 

Wolf David T. lab, h 338 W. Franklin 
Wolf G. H. trav. salesman, h 14 Cannon av 

^ Wolf Harvey, compositor, h S. Mulberry 

g Wolf Jobn W. carpenter, h S. Locust 

^-^ Wolf Joseph, farmer, h 505 S. Potomac 

\2, Wolf Mrs. Marv, wid of David, h 139 S. Potomac 

y. Wolf Mrs. Mary J. wid of Wilham, h 239 E. Franklin 

^ Wolf Mrs. Matilda S. wdd of John S. h 264 S. Potomac 
X Wolf McClellan (Wolf & Sehueler), h 264 S. Potomac 
^ Wolf Samuel F. engineer, h 167 W. Franklin 

PWoIf & Shueler, carpenters and builders, 248 S. Potomac 
Wolf Yictor E. h 139 S. Potomac 
P5 Wolf William F. machinist, h 205 E. Franklin 
^ Wolf William H. clt-rk, h S. Potomac 
rtj Wolfe B. B>ankliu, trainman, 334^ W. Washington 
m Wolfe Charles H. grocer. 302 W. Franklin 

W Wolfe David, emp Spoke Works, h 344 W. Washington 
Wolfe Edward B. painter, h 232 N. Locust 
H Wolfe G. H. traveling salesman, h Cannon av 
Wolfe Miss Nettie M'. clerk, h 341 W. Washington 
P^ Wolfe R. Stauley, livery, rear Hagerstown Bank, h 122 S. 

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^^ Wolfe Thomas, teamster, h 310 S. Locust 



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Wolfe Upton, carpenter, b 232 N. Locust 

Wolfe Walter M. h 151 8. Locust 

Wolff Frank, driver, h W. Antietam 

Wolff Harry E. clerk, h Central House 

Wolff J. F. clerk, h Central House 

Wolfiuger D. Grant, postal clerk, b 16 E. North 

Wolfinger Fred, machinist, b E. North nr N. Mulberry 

Wolfinger Levi 13. carpenter, b 40 E. North 

Wolfinger William H. H. machinist, b E. North nr N. Mulberry 

Wolfkill Jane, wid of Jacob, b 69 E. Antietam 

Wolfs BuKiness College, Second Natl. Bank Bldg. D. 

Elmer Wolf, Principal and Proprietor. (See page 12 and 

front cover) 
Woltz Eli T. traveling salesman, 169 W. Franklin 
Woolridge John, lab, b 222 E. FrankUn 
Woolridge William, clerk, h 222 E. Franklin 
Worden Edward G. bricklayer, b 30 N. Locust 
W^orden Grant, wagon maker, h 111 W. Church [Locust 

Worden Samuel K. wheelwiight, rear 121 N. Jonathan, b 30 N. 
Work R. M. emp table works, b Elizabetb nr table works 



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^ « Worthington Bradley, baggage m.aster B. & O. K. R. li 213 S. 

'*''' Jonathan 

•^ Worthington Mrs. Catharine, wid, h Brown's av 

■ ~ Worthington Joseph, caiter, h Browu's av 
^ Worthington William, hostler, h 403 N. Jonathan [Baldwin 

^ Wrenshall K. C. master of transportation B. & O. R. R., h The 

Wright Miss Annie E. h 13 N. Potomac 

M"*^ Wright Henry S. bottler, h 336 N. Jonathan 
Wright Mrs. Jacob A. wid, h 13 N. Potomac 
d) Wright Lewis, lab, h Jackson al 
^ Wright Victor A. canvasser, h 13 N. Potomac 
»i-j Wright Wilfred G. stone cutter, li 134 N. Mulberry 
"q Wrightler George W. carpenter, h 62 Frederick 
02 Wroe Francis M. emp spoke wks, h 19 Elizabeth 
gg Wroe John L. h 27 Prospect 

OWroe Lewis A. railroader, h 27 Prospect 
Wroe Mrs. M. Theresa, wid of John A. h 27 Prospect 
frt Wroe Samuel C. h 27 Prospect 

^ Yager George F. lab, h 136 North 

2 Yeakle Miss Anna, h S8 E. Franklin 

Yeakle Miss Christiana, h 153 8. Potomac 

50 Yeakle Mary E. wid of Samuel, h 38 E. Franklin 

Pi Yeakle Miss Sallie, h 38 E. Franklin 

•g Tesiler Johu C. (J. C. Dayhoff & Co.), 530 Potomac av 
^2 Singling Allen, carpets & furniture, Hotel Hamilton blk, h 

g 57 W. Franklin 

r^ Yingling Maynard, clerk, h 57 W. Franklin 
pin Yost Amos C. carpenter, h 80 Madison av 
Qj Young Christian F. engineer, h Elizabeth nr Table Works 
Young Miss Florence B. h 129 N. Jonathan 

>s Young Mrs. Henry O. wid, h 124 N. Walnut 

?H Young Jacob A. real estate, Bitner agency, h 581 W. Washington 

OS Young Jacob W. cashier, h 581 W. Washington 
^ Y. M. C. A. Charles N. Beard sec. 47 anH 49 W. Washington 

ri Young Mrs. Peter, wid, fancy goods, grocer, 129 N. Jonathan h do 

«g Young Tht'ophilus F. canvasser, h 135 W. Washington 
fg^ Yowler George W. cigarmaker, h r W. Bethel ab N. Jonathan 
^■^ Yowler Jane R. wid George W. h 30 W. Church 
-— T Zeigler Miss Alice S. h 50 Madison 
fym Zeigler Mrs. Alice wid, h 50 W. Franklin 
^ Zeigler Mrs. Annie, h 109 W. Washington 

1 I i Zeigler Cadmus S. cigarmaker, h 412 N. Jonathan 
T" Zeigler David A. tailor, h 136 S. Locust 

Zeigler Edgar H. ticket and freight agent, B, & O. R. R. h 155 
^1-. S. Jonathan [Potomac 

CC Zeigler F. A. (G. A. & F. A. Ziegler), h Broadway bey N. 

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Zeigler Frank L. h 139 N. Locust 

Zeigler F. Scott, boilermaker, h 114 E. Franklin 

Zeigler George, driver, h 22 N. Potomac 

Zeigler George, h 137 Locust 

Zeigler O. A. (G. A. <fe F. A. Zeigler), h Brdway nr S. Locust 

Zeigler O. A. <& F. A. hardwood lumber, post office bid. N. 

Jonathan. (See adv) 
Zeigler Harry A. stock dealer, h 50 Madison av 
Zeigler Miss Helen, wid George, h 36 S. Locust 
Zeigler Jacob A. teacher, h 33 E. Bethel 
Zeigler Jacob F. street supt, h 134 E. Bethel 
Zeigler James S. tailor, h 71 Locust 
Zeigler Miss Laura, boxmaker, h John 
Zeigler Miss Lizzie A. h Broadway 
Zeigler Lewis W. clerk, h 36 N. Locust 
Zeigler Lydia S. wid John F. h 50 Aiadisou av 
Zeigler Mrs. Margaret, wid Charles, h 247 S. Jonathan 
Zeigler Miss Moliie, h 247 S. Jonathan 
Zeigler Miss Maggie, h 217 S. Jonathan 
Zeigler Stephen M- carpenter, h 50 Madison av nr Leroy 
Zeller Bruce S. bookkeeper, h 21 Foundry 
Zeller Charles W. pinmaker, h 3Jo W. Franklin 
Zeller Harrie M. clerk, h 145 \V. V\'ashingtou 
Zentmyer Albert G. trav. rfalesiuan, h Western Pike 
Zepp Joshua, mechanic, h -l5 E. Bethel 
Zinkand Andrew J. printer, h 420 W. Church 
Zinn Emmel, weaver, h 149 S. Potomac 
Zittle Joseph, farmer, h George ab High 
Zoll Mrs. Martha A. wid, h 70 Charles 
Zombro John L. machinist, h 230 W. Franklin 
Zombro William clerk, h W. Franklin 
Zook George, machinist, h E. Washington 
ZookMrs. Jacob D. h 16 E. Frederick 
Zook Jacob H. saloon, 24 S. Jonathan, h 113 W. Antietam 



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CM^ WASHINGTON COUNTY, MD. 

'^ This station is the terminus of the main line of the Western 

Maryland Railroad, distmt 91:5 miles from Baltimore. Connec- 

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•^ Anderson George, repair hand, h Potomac 
^ Anderson Mrs. Amelia, wid, h Conococheague 
•]P Anderson James H, painter, h Conococheague 
O Anderson John H. h Conococheague 
TO Anderson Thomas, farm hand, h Potomac 
Ardinger Albert, h Salisbury 
Ardinger Benjamin mason, h Salisbury 
^ Ardinger Benjamin C. mason, h Salisbury cor Vermont 
fQ Ardinger Miss Bertha S. h Vermont cor Salisbury 
O Ardinger Miss Cetie, emp glove factory, h Salisbury 
J^ Ardinger Mrs. Emma J. h Salisbury 
>^ Ardinger Capt. Harry C. boatman, h Vermont 
/^ Ardinger Jackson, mason, h Salisbury 

a Ardinger Jesse, mason, h Salisbury 
Ardinger Otho, boatman, h Salisbury 
O Ardinger Peter, justice of the peace, tailor and patent medicine 
O manuf, Vermont cor Salisbury 

"Tn Ardinger William, boatman, h Salisbury 
K^ Bachtell William E. cigar maker, h Taylor House 
|< Baker Miss Geoigie, dressmaker, h Conococheague 
•^ Baker Thomas, h Conococheague 
^ Banzhof James, boatman, h Bottom rd 
-M « Banzhof William, shoemaker, Potomac 
1^"^ Barry John, saloon, Vermont, h do 
*< Beachlfey Levi, farmer, Downsville rd 

T - Beard Mrs. Elsie, h Artizan 
s3 Beard John B. drug clerk, h Artizan 
2 Beard William H. lime dealer, h Artizan 

Beard William H. druggist, Conococheague, h do 
Beard William H. jr. druggist, h Artizan 
Bell Cyrus D. farmer, h Hagerstown pike 
Bell Martin, wagon maker, also saw mill, Greencastle pike 
"+^ Bell William, f irmer, h Hagerstown pike 
^ Bennett Rev. L. M. pastor M. E. Church, h Conococheague 

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Berry Alonzo,farmer, h Downsville rd ^ 

Berlin Flora, farm, White Hall farm 

Blair Andrew, track hand, h Coaococheague ^y 

Bombiirger Arthur, emp sash and blind factory, h Salisbury HH 

Borabarger Emanuel, cabinet maker, h Salisbury hj 

Bombarger Isaac, Clear Spring road fV 

Boss Johu, lab, h Artizan 

Bowser George C. engineer, h Conoco cheague 

Bowser Jonathan, h Vermont 

Bowser William O. baker and confectioner, Conococheague, h do ^^ 

Brooks Nathaniel, lab, h Artizsin J^ 

Brown Cornelius, coal heaver, h Conococheague ^\ 

Brown Payton, boatman, h Artizan ^JT 

Brown William H. farm hand, h Artizan pj 

Buchanan Seth W. M. cooper, Potomac, h do hrj 

Buckey Miss Maggie, clerk, h Potomac ^^ 



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Buckingham George, railroader, h Salisbury 

Bumgardner Addison, lab, h Artizan ^^ 

Burgoyne Lewis C. plasterer, h Vermont C^ 

Burgoyne William E cigar mfr, h Vermont ^^ 

Bush Charles W. job foreman Leader office, h Vermont j 

Bush Mrs. Margaret J. wid, h Vermont 

Bush William, lab, h Vermont DO 

Byers E. W. clerk, also boarding house. Conococheague FH 

Castle Gruber, boatman, h Conococheague C/5 

Castle J. W. fisherman, h Vermont "~1 

Chaney Charles, boatman, h Salisbury 

Charlton Charles S. wagon maker, Penn av, h do 

Charlton J. B. traveling salesman, h Conococheague 

Clark Jeremiah, lab, ti Alley 

Clemans John, lab, h Artizan —J 

Collins Mrs. Catherine, wid, h Conococheague — 

Collins Patrick, h Potomac Z2. 

Conley John S. foreman (Stefft-y & Fiudlay), h Frederick C^ 

Copes Charles, carpenter, h Cliurch 

Corbey George Washington, carpenter, h Conococheague 

Corbey John, lab, h S;ilisbury o 

Corbey John W. cigar maker, h Conococheague § 

Corbey Joseph, railroader, h Vermont 

Corbey Miss Lillie, emp glove factory, h Vermont *® 

Cottrell Charles, boatman, h Vermont c Salisbury W 

Cottrell Edward, chair maker, h Vermont c Salisbury " 

Crow Miss Florence, clerk, h Salisbury K 

Crow Capt. John W. boatman, h Salisbury E 

Crow Richard, painter, h Vermont | 

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Cullen M. Emmett (Victor Cnshwa & Sons), h Conococheague 

Cunningham George, h Vermont c Peun 

Cunningham Samuel, h Conococheague 

Curfman Charles, lab, h Artizan 

Cushwa David, clerk, h Artizan 

Cushwa Miss Nellie, h Artizan 

Cii.Hliwa ]fl. Vu'lor. (Victor Cushwa & Sons), h Hagerstown 

Ciiwhtva Victor <& ^oiin. wholesale and retail coal and wood, 

lime, cement and fertilizers, Potomac 
Ciiaihwa Victor. (Victor Cushwa & Sons), h Artizan 
Cyester Mrs. Henrietta C. h Potomac 
Darby Francis H. grain, fertilizf^r, cement, plaster, Main and 

Canal, h Riverview 
David Charles J. tobacconist, Conococheague 
Davixi 4'liarle.*« J. cigar mfr. h Conococheague. (See adv) 
Davis John D. firmer, Hagerstown pike 
Dickeroff Samuel, lab, h Potomac 
Ditto William, fencemaker, h Church 
Ditto Mrs. Sarah, wid, dressmaker, h Salisbury 
Dodd Samuel, boatman, h Potomac 

I>ownK diaries D. druggist, Conococheague, h do. (See adv) 
Downs Hamilton, meat market, Potomac, h do 
Dugan John A. justice of tlie peace, also insurance, Potomac, h do 
Dungan Mrs. Henrietta S. wid, h Potomac 

Duii{);an Robert E. pass, engineer W. M. R. R. h Potomac 
Edwards Mrs. Susan, wid, h Conococheague 




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Ekis Peter T. transferman. h Vermont c Church 
Ekis Siebeth J. transferman. h Conococheague 
Eiiibrey C/liarle^ W. (Embrey & Gruber), h Concocheague 
Einbrey «& Oriiber. coal, cement, flour and feed, Main and 
Canal. (See ndv) 




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Emmert Jacob V. station agent, C. V. R. R. Williamsport station 

Ensminger, Henry J. boatman, Conococheague 

Ensminger -John A. clerk, h Conococheague 

Ensminger Samuel, boatman, h Vermont av 

Farmer George, limeburner, h Hagerstown Pike 

Farrow Mrs. Rose, wid, h Church 

Faughander Charles, shoemaker, h Potomac 

Faulkenstine Conrad, barber, Conocheagiie, h Potomac 



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!^" ^ Findlay James, (Steffey & Findlay), pres Washington Co. Bank, 
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Fisher Charles, boatman, h Potomac 

Fleming George W, postal clerk, h Potomac 

Fleming John B. fruit tr^e agent, h Potomac 

Fleming John A. harness, Conococheague, h Potomac 

Fuss Bertie G. student, h Green Castle Pike 

Fuss John, lime burner, h Green Castle Pike 

Fuss William H. jeweler, Conococheague, h Green Castle Pike 
Gates Joseph, lab, h opp depot 
^ Garish Joseph, lab, h Salisbury 

t^ Gaver Rev. M. D. pastor Lutheran Church, h Potomac 
Q George F. A. miller, h Salisbury 
05 George F. A. jr. compositor, h Salisbury 
^ George J. E. miller, h Salisbury 

Goddard Mrs. Catherine, wid, h Vermont 

Goddard Charles, conductor W. M. R. R., h Charlton Addition 
•^ Ooddard F. T. manager for S. C Goddard, h Vermont 
rj Goddard John H. clerk, h Main [See adv) 

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Gray Ed ward, blacksmith, h Salisbury ^ 
Grimes Dr. John T. physician, h Boonsboro rd 

Grosh Benjamin F. h Conouocheagne yy 

Grosh Miss Jennie and Miss Sallie, h Conococheague ^3P< 

Grosh Miss Millie P. h Conocoche;»gue S;H 

Grush Mrs. R. V. h Couococheagne ^0 
Gruber ArtJiurC. (Embrey &Gruber), h Conococheague 
Grnl)er Isaac, h Conococheague 
Hallback Mrs. Martha E. wid, h Vermont 

Hamilton James, coal heaver, h Artizan ~ , 

Harrison Lawrence, lab, h Artizan 2! 

Harsh Albert, butcher, h Artizan ^s 

Harsh Miss Cora L. h Artizan *J^ 

Harsh David H. blacksmith, h Potomac C9 

Harsh Edward, broommaker, h Potomac HH 

Harsh Frank, h Potomac ^^ 

Harsh Martin V. B. blacksmith, h Artizan Qq 

Harsh Miss Mary E. h Artizan ^ 

Harsh M. V. B. & Co, blacksmiths, Artiznn ^^ 

Harsh Paul, farmer, h Clear Spring rd Cj 

Hartman Frederick P. baker, h Conococheague ^^ 

Hawken Miss Agnes, clerk, h Conococheague ^ 
Hawken James A. associate editor Williamsport Leader, h 

Conococheague, h do ^^ 
Hawken Jamei^ E. justice of the p:^ ic -^ also insurance. Con- p» 

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Real Estate and Insurance 

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Hawken Mrs. M. S. millinery, Conococheac^ue, h do 

Henderson Mrs. Ann, h Artizan 

Herbert Z. Milton, (Miller & Herbert), h Conococheague 

Hershey J. B. (Miller & Hershey), h Potomac 

Hetzer Charles, carpenter, h Frederick 



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Hetzer Frank, trav agent, h Frederick 
Hetzer Miss Lizzie, h Frederick 
Hewitt Edward, engineer W. M. R. R. h Potomac 
bJ3 Hinton Charles, lab, h Frederick 
2 Hoffman Emanuel, farmer, h bottom 
J^ Hoffman Isaac, farmer. Spring Farm 
Hoffman John, farmer, Springfield 
Holliday George, farmer, h nr Boonsboro rd 
^ Hoy Lawrence, coal heaver, h Potomac 
rh Hughes James E. section boss, Canal h Conococbeague 
Hull Luther, brakeman, h Couococheague 
Humrichouse Charles, merchant, Balto. h Springfield 
c5 Hyslop William W, saloon, Conococbeague c Potomac, h do 
^ Jessup Charles, railroader, h Potomac 
C Jones Edward, lab, h Artizan 
'n Jones Samuel, coal shoveler, b Artizan 
p Kelly George, boatman, h Vermont 
p Kemp J. W. (Miller Bros, & Kemp) h Potomac 
Kimball Charles, livery, Vermont, h do 
Kimball William, boatman, h Potomac 
5JQ Kimler Joseph, prin. public school, h Salisbury 
C Kimler Miss Judith, teacher, h Conococbeague 
n King Miss Bertha E. h Artizan 

g^ King Franklin L. asst, tencher Free School, h Artizan 
King Jerome, carpenter, b Conococbeague 
King Joseph, gardener, h Artizan 
.!:: King William, clerk C. V, R. R., Hagerstown, h Salisbury 
<^ Knodle Miss Annie B., h Potomac 
4_, Kreps J. Frank, carpenter, h Frederick 
O Kieps Michael H. h Fredeiick 
n^ Kreps Michael H, jr. teamste^r, h Frederick 

e, Lake George, h Church 
/*^ Lake Jack, coal heaver, h Church 
^T^ Lake Robert D, lab, h Vitizan 
PH Lancaster William, butcher, h Vermont 
^H Landis Lincoln, miller, h Red Mills 

^^ LeFever Benj. C. (B. C, <fe J, W. LeFever) h Conococbeague 
Hn LeFever B, C. & J. W. glove mfrs, Salisbury 
hn LeFever John W. (B, C, & J, W. LeFever) b Artizan c Salisbury 
^^ LeFever William, h S tli.sbury cor Artizan 

H LeFever Samuel, h Conocoeheague 
Leman Miss Bessie, h Salisbury 
P^ Leman George H. clerk, h Salisbury 
rj£\ Leman John E. clerk, b Conococbeague 
||ik Leman Miss Nellie, h Salisbury 

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Lemen Peter L. genl. merchant, cor Conococheague and Salis- ^ji 

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Lemen Thomas J. genl. store, cor Conococheague and Poto- u 

Lesher Dr. D. T. physician and surgeon, h Taylor House ^ 

Levi Abram, lab, h opp depot ^ 

Lindsay Samuel, farmer, Clear Spring rd JO 

Lindsey James H. h Conococheague and Church ^ 

Long Albert, lab, h Vermont (IQ 

Long Abram D. brakeman, h Church CD 

Long D. Victor, farmer, Greencastle pike ^ 
Long George B. Mc. lab, h Vermont 
Long James A. lab, h Vermont 

Long James W. express messenger, h Church ^^ 

Long John W. shoemaker, Conococheague, h Vermont, bey limits ^^ 
Long Joseph, lab, h Salisbury 
Long Mrs. Mary E. h Conococheague 
Long Mrs. Rebecca E. h Vermont 
Loy Miss Cora A. clerk, h Conococheague 
Ijoy Hurry S. asst. postmaster, h Conococheague 

Ijny William H. baker and confectioner, also postmaster, , 

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McCardell Ambrose D. emp C. & O. canal, h Potomac 

McCardell Ernest F. brakeman, h Potomac 

]fIeCi»rdell Oeorge W. editor and prop. Williamsport Leader, 

also collector C. & O. canal, h Salisbury. (See adv) ** 

McCardell J. Percy, compositor, h Potomic pt 

McCardell Mrs. Maria, wid, h Salisbury ^ 

McCardell D. C. lock tender, lock 44, h nr Lock ^ 

9IeClaiialian Matthew, station agent, W.M.R.R. h Potomac ^ 

McClanahau Edward, operator at depot, h Potomac H 

McCoUister Franklin, lab, h Salisbury g 

McCoy Mrs. Emma D. wid, h Salisbury g 

McCoy George, li Salisbury ^ 

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H:r McCoy Miss Louisa, emp glove factory, h Vermont 

'^^^ McCoy WatsoD, farm band, h Conococheague 

^< McEvoy Miss Eosa, dressmaker, h Conococheague 

^"^ McKelvie Ales, boatman, b Potomac 

H McLean Mrs Kittie, wid, b Couococbeague 

^ Malone Heury, compositor, b Salisbury 

. MhIodb James, painter, b Salisbury 

Malone Jobn N. K. carpenter, b Salisbury 
Mnllott Elias, boatman, b Vermont 

^ Mallott Jobn, boatman, b Salisbury 

■>-> Martin Rev. W. L. pastor U. B. cburcb 

•--I Masters Jacob B. b Salisbury 

'^ BJendenball Mrs. Elizabetb, vvid, b Conococbeague 

^ Mentzer Cbristian, baruessraaker, b Artizan c Salisbury 

TK Mentzer Miss Emma, emp glove factory, b Peun 

Mentzer Miss Mary M. b Aitizan c Salisbury 

""C Mentzer Miss Minnie D. b Artizan c Salisbury 

^ Mentzer Miss Nellie M. b Artizan c Salisbury 

^ Mentzer William, lab, b Artizan 

o Mentzer William B. milk collector, b Artizan c Salisbury 

-^ Miller Bro. & Kemp, lumber, plaster and sasb and blind manu- 

C facturers, Potomac [cocbeaque 

^ Miller & Herbert, (S. P. Miller & Z. M. Herbert tinsmiths, Cono- 

P_ Miller & Hersbey, undertakers and upholsterers, Potomac 

,y-^ Miller James, emp sash and blind factory, b Potomac 

^ Miller John Q. engineer, h Conococbeague 

^g Miller Miss Louise, b Conococbeague 

f-^ Miller Michael, (Miller Bros. & Kemp), b Potomac 

2< Miller Simon P. (Miller & Herbert), b Conococbeague 

^^ Miller Thomas, railroader, h Salisbury 

<! ITIoiilgoiiiery L.evi« h Potomac 

-- Moudy A. C. contractor and builder, b Potomac 

•s Moudy Frederick, h Potomac 

r^ Moudy John, carpenter, h Potomac 

^ Morgan Orville O. boatman, h Vermont 

rM Motter Joseph L. cashier Washington County Bank, b Hagers- 
^n town rd 

W Murray John, watchman, h Salisbury 

^_, xsair Joseph, teamster, h Vermont 

P^ Newcomer Dock, butcher, h Potomac 

Newcomer Frank, coal beaver, b Potomac 

r. Newcomer James B. farmer, Springdale farm 

^2 Newcomer John, paiuter, h Potomac 

pw Newcomer Miss Nellie, clerk Hagerstown, h Potomac 

ryi Newcomer Mrs. Rachel M. wid, h Potomac 

CJ Nitzel Charles (Bud), cooper, h Salisbury 



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Nitzel Miss Eliza, h Salisbury ^ 

Nitzel John, carpenter, h Salisbury ^. 

Norris Upton O. cooper, h Potomac ^D 

Norris Wm. H. (Thompson & Norris), h Potomac h^ 
No well James, fisherman, h Frederick 
Nowell William, h Frederick 
Obitts Richard, h bey limits 
O'Neal Thomas, boatman, h Church 
Obitts Mrs. Elizabeth, h Potomac c Artizan 

Patton John W. boatman, h Vermont ^^ 

Peterman Mrs. Sophia, h Conococheague ZJ 

Pierce George, coal heaver, h Church ^^ 

Poffenbarger Mis. Ellen N. wid, h Artizan ZIj 

Poffenbarger Joseph, boatman, h PotomHC c Vermont ^3 

Poffenbarger Simon, teamster, h Church Qj 
Porch Kev. Joseph, pastor E. M. E. church, h Church 

Preston Edward, fireman, h Salisbury Op 

Preston Samuel I. lab, h Church ^^ 

Pnlpis George, lab, h Artizan ^^ 

Redmond Peter, engine coaler, h Conococheague ^^ 

Reed Miss Alice, emp glove factory, h Church ^J 

Reed William, carpenter, h Church vl 

Richter Mrs. Caroline, wid, h Potomac ^^ 

Richter Edward E. stoves, tinware, N. Potomac, h do g* 

Kiokard Albert, (J. A. Rickard & Sons), h Salisbury j^ 
Ric*karil Edtvard, (J. A. Rickard & Sons), also baker, h p* 

Siilisbuiy ^I 

Rickard John A. (J. A. Rickard & Sons), h Salisbury "* 
Rickard J. A. & Hovlh, publishers Williamsport Tran- ^-j 

script, Conococheague. (See adv) o* 

Richardson Dr. W. S. physician, Conococheague, h do ^i 

Ridenour Oavid M. farmer, Boonsboro rd ^' 

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Eobinson Charles, tin smith, h Vermont 
Robinson George, cooper, h Vermont 
Robinson Henry C. shoemaker, h Salisbury 

^ Robinson Jacob H. shoemaker, Conococbengne 
^ Robinson Samuel Scott, track hand, h Frederick 

Rohier Edward, well driller, h Salisbury 
c Rohrer Martin, carpenter, h Salisbury 
I Robrer Wade H. compositor, h Salisbury 
oj Ruthroff Augustus, cooper, h Salisbury 

/■'"' Ruthroff Charles, cooper, h Salisbury 
^ Schnebly Alfred, tax collector, h Potomac 
'^ Schnebly A. Franklm, h Potomac 

• Schnebly Daniel, h Salisbury 
w Schnebly Miss Mary E. teacher, h Potomac 
'^ Shafer Henry C. emp R. R. also bakery, Potomac, h do 
"Q Shafer Mrs. Martha J. bakery, Potomac 

w Shank John, shoemaker, h Potomac 
^^ Shank William, boatman, h Salisbury 
Sharer John, h Vermont 

^ Shean Mrs. Ellen, h Vermont 

^ Shean WiUiam, lab, h Vermont 

j_ Sheats Robert, conductor W. M. R. R. h Conococheague 

^ Shenebeck Mrs. Maria, wid, h Conococheague c Church 
.^ Shenebeck Misses Sallie, Maria and Susan, h Conococheague c 
CJ Church 

j_^ Shindeldecker David, h Potomac 
, O Shook William, lab, h Potomac 
"^ Shoop Miss Matilda, h Church 

p ^ Shoop Mrs. Susan, wid, h Church 

G Shunk Casper, teller, Washington Co. Bank, h Hagerstown rd 

■p Shupp Mrs. Catherine, wid, h Salisbury 
p I Shupp Denton, bosUman, h Potomac 

Shupp William, boatman, h Salisbury 
.5 Singer Anthony, boatman, h Potomac 

^ Singer Henry, boatman, h Potomac 
r •\ Sites Charles A. fireman, h Salisbury 

Slaughter Samuel, farm hand, h Conococheague 
^T Slaughter Mr^i. Susan, wid, h Conococheague 
^P Smith Frederick W. boatman, h Church 

■j Smith George A. chairmaker, h Church 

5r Smith John, farmer, h Downsville 
i7^ Smith Nelson, lab, h Frederick 
p^ fSnively I>r. Naiiiiiel K. physician and surgeon, h and office 

Potomac. (See ad \) 
"^ Snyder Charles M. carpenter, h Potomac 

b^ Snyder Miss Elizabeth, h Church 

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Spangler Calvin P. wagonmaker, b Artiz lu hH 

Spangler Miss Clara L. b Artizan [Potomac ^ 

Spangler George L. p.tss. conductor W. M. R. R. b Artizan nr q^ 

Spangler Lutber R. asst. burgess, and wbeelwrigbt, h Art'zau nr (^ 

Potomac 

Spigler Harry, fireman, b Salisbury Cj! 

Spigler Samuel L. clerk, b Conococbeague ^^ 
Spitsnoggle Samuel, track band, b Frederick 
Stake Eli, b Potomac 

Stake Mrs. Jonathan and Miss Carrie, b Conococbeague ^^ 
Stake Mrs. Mary E. h Conococbeague cor Cburcb 
Stake Melcbor, b Conococbeague, cor Cburcb 
Stake William, b Conococbeague, cor Cburcb 
Standley Rev, George W. pastor A. M. E. Cburcb, b Penii 
Starling Mrs. Matilda, wid, b Conococbeague 

Stefi'ey Cbarles, wbeelwrigbt, b Salisbury [bury 

Steffey Edward P. (Stefley & Findlay) b Conococbeague nr Salis- 

Steffey & Findlay (E. P. Steffey & Jrtmes Findlay), coal and lum- _^ 

ber, Main and Canal ^^ 

Steffey J. Groson, bookkeeper, b Conococbeague ^^ 

Stefley McKendry, baggage master, b Conococbeague l^ 

Sterling Benjamin, fireman, b Potomac _^ 

Stevens Jobn, lab, b Salisbury |>0 
Stickel Mrs. Amelia, wid, li Salisbury 
Stickel Charles, painter, h Salisbuiy 

Stickel Edward V. barber, Conococbeague, h Salisbury C/> 

Stickel Miss Mamie, clerk, h Salisbury ""^ 

Stizel Martin, brakeman, b Church CD 

Strauter Jobn, h Conococbeague ^ 

Summerville James, h Conococbeague df". 

Syester Oliver, lab, b Vermont 3 

Tall Charles, carloader, h Vermont O 



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o « Taylor Frank, clerk Taylor House, h do 
^S Taylor George W. clerk, h Vermont 
^ Taylor House, W. E. Taylor, prop, c Potomac and Conococheague 
^ Taylor Miss Lutie, h Taylor House 

of Taylor Mrs. Lucioda, wid, h Salisbury 
^§ Taylor Mhuu D. sawyer, h Potomac cor Artizan 
§^ Taylor Misses Nannie and Daisy, h Taylor House 
W Taylor William, section foreman, h Vermont 
^ Taylor William E. prop. Taylor House 
O Templeton Bros, general store, Conococheague 
O Templeton James (Templeton Bros.) h Potomac 
03 Templeton William (Templeton Bros.) h Potomac 
^ Thompson Mrs. M. Fannie, wid, h Potomac 
?H Thompson George (Thompson & Norris), h Artizan 
^ Thompson Leo D. mail carrier, h Potomac 
ptj Thompson & Norris, groceries and hardware, Potomac 
Tico John, boatman, h Potomac 
Trone, Frederick, farmer, nr Boonsboro rd 
Troup Harry L. carpenter, h Church 
Troup Mrs. Liddie, h Conococheague 
■^ Troup Solomon, carpenter, h Conococheague 
O Turner Jacob, engineer, h Vermont 
hrt Turner John, engine cleaner, h Vermont 
'^ Tyler Samuel E. lab, h Artizan 

^ Washington County National Bank, capital $100,000, James 
Q Findlay, pres. J. L. M otter, cashier, Potomac 

4^ Wilkes Henry, lab, h Conococheague nr depot 
f^ Williams Miss Annie, h Church 
^ Williams Cilvin, lab, h Artizan 
Q Williams Charles, lab, h Artizan 
QQ Williams James, lab, h Conococheague 
'^ Williams Mrs. Margaret, wid, h Conococheague 






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Willianifiport Transcript, issued every Saturday, J. A. hj 

Rickard <fe Sons, publishers, Conococheague. (See adv) ^ 

WilliAmsou Harry (Wilson & Williamson), li Vermont ^ 

Williamson Mrs. Susan, wid, h Vermont r^ 

Wilson John R. (Wilson & Williamson), h Conococheague M 

Wilson Miss Moliie E. h River View QTQ 

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Wolf Amos, Inb, h Vermont nr Potomac ^ 

Wolf Joseph, h Conococheague Oq 

Wolf Lewis R. meat market, Conococheague, h Potomac ^ 

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Woltz John R. carpenter, h Church 

Woltz Samuel, lab, h Potomac " 

Woltz Van L. saloon, Conococheague, h Salisbury o 

Wright Joseph, track hand, h Church .^O 

Young Edward, lab, h Artizau ^ ^ 

Zeller Albert, h Potomac 

ZellerMrs. Margaret, wid of Dr. H. h Potomac 



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A station on the Western Maryland Railroad, distant from C 

Baltimore 82 miles, and 11 miles from Williamsport. ^. 

Bachtell Calvin, lab \^ 

Bachtell Mrs. Henry B. wid CO 
Bachtell Reuben, lab 
Baker Charles, farmer 

Barksfloli N. F. farmer P 

Barnhart William H. farmer CQ 
Beard Benjamin, Globe correspondent 
Beard Daniel G. farmer 
Beard George C. lab 
Beard Isaac G. farmer 

Beard John W. farmer C+" 

Beard Joseph, farmer M 

Beck Benjamin, farmer • ^ 

Beck Daniel, farmer [chandise. (See adv) O 

••Befts B. Abuer, agent and grain dealer and general mer- ^ 

Betts David A. carpenter CD 

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Bivey Henry, farmer 
Bovey Cleggett, m lil agent 
Bovey Edward, farmer 

O' ' Bovey George, farmer 
Bovey Luther M. farmer 
(n Bovey Theodore, farmer 
rt Bowers George W. farmer 
^fi»-"Buhram Dr. Hiram, physician 
"''Hj Burnes Heury M. lab 
C^ Burnes John P. farmer 
fl\ Chenchman Nathaniel, blacksmith 
ki.^ Cooper John, lab 
1^ Cooper William, lab 
■^^^i)ahlhamer George R. genl merchandise 
*^^ Dayhoff Daniel, lab 
■g^ Dibert Jacob, farmer 
Doup David, farmer 
Eckstine George S. farmer 
Eckstine Jacob, farmer 
Eckstine Joshua, farmer 
Funk John H. farmer 
Gimple John, lab 

W Grove Daniel, painter 
Harbaugh John J. farmer 
Harbaugh Miss Rose 
Harp David, farmer 
Harp John H. farmer 



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Harp Joseph, farmer ' «« 

Hartle John H. stock dealer 

Hartle Barry M. hay dealer gy 

Hoover Solomon hH 

Huffer Jonas Q. farmer t_j 

Huyett Edward, lab fO 

Htiyett Henry S. lab ^j 

Law Benjamin, lab ^5 

Law Christy, lab ^^ 

Leighton Calvin, lab Y\ 

Lnngiiecker Joseph, carpenter d^ 

Longineeker Benjamin, brakeman ^\ 

Longinecker William, carpenter r*. 

Lowery John, lab EI 

McGruder John, farmer h|[| 
McKee Emery, wagon maker 

McKenzie Hiram, blacksmith Qq 

Michael James H. farmer ^ 

Newman S. David, U. S. Ganger ^». 

Oden Nathan, farmer ^-J 

Oster John, farmer ^^ 

Oswald Daniel, farmer Z 
Oswaltz Samuel K. farmer 
Palmer Jacob, lab 



Pittcock P. A. farmer K ^ 

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Powell Edward, lab » ^ 

Powell Henry, shoemaker ^^ 

Powell Howard, brakeman ^ ""^ 

Ramsberg Joseph jS'g 

Beinhart Lewis, farmer "* ^' 

Bidenour Benjamin, clerk _« 

Binehart David, farmer ^D 



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Boadenizer John, farmer 

Bobinson Buche, telegrapher — * 

Bohrer Jacob, farmer fvJ 

Bowe Isaiah, farmer 

Sener Fred. L. farmer 

Sibert B. Frank, farmer . t/> 

Smith Ezra, shoemaker *"*" 

Smith William, lab CD 

Snyder John, farmer EL 

Spessard David, farmer d!" 

Spessard David C. farmer 3 

"pessard George P. geu'l merchant O 

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gp^ Spessard Hairj, clerk 
P-(0 Spessard Webster L. farmer 
y^^ Spessard Melvin T. farmer 
^ Stack Dr. J. M. physician 
^ Stotlier William H. farmer 

^ Stouffer Henry J. farmer, 
<^ Stouffer Herman ('. farmer 

Stouffer Milton, farmer 
.._. Stouffer Samuel J. farmer 

O Swope David, farmer 

OJ linger Henry, farmer 

^ Waible Mrs. Amos E. wid, farm 
(/) Wolf Henry C. farmer 
Wolf Joseph S. farmer 

CC Yesler Samuel, lab 

^ Yesler William, lab 

ri Itowler Daniel B. shoemaker 

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03 Albun John, farmer, h Beard's Church rd 

,^ Alsip Franklin, farmer, h Pondsville 

pP Alsip Harry, lab, h Pondsville 

2 Alsip John, farmer, h Pondsville 

^ Alsip Silas, farmer, h Pondsville 

O Bachtell David A. farmer, h Beards Creek rd 

O Bachtell Miss Maggie, school teacher, h Old Pike rd 
Bachtell Samuel, farmer, h Beard's Church rd 
Bachtell Willi. m A. clerk, h Old Pike rd 

P3 Barnhart David, wagonmaker, h Broadway 

i^ Barnhart Luther, farmer, h Beards Chuich rd 

t^ Beamer Henry, postmaster, h Old Pike rd 

- Beard Calvin, farmer, h Georgetown rd 

^ Beard Charles farmer, h Pondsville rd 

^^ Beard Joseph, lab, h Public sq 

j^ Beard Wm. farmer, h Pondsville rd 

Zp Beck David, farmer, h Old Pike rd 

"^ Birely David, sect, foreman, h Main 

i_ Blessing Daniel, shoemaker, h Old Pike rd 

rv* Bonebrake G. L. hotel. Main 

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Brown George I. genl. store, Main, h do M 

Brown Joseph A. teacher, h Poodsville ^^ 

Brown Newton, farmer, h Pondsvillo ^ 

Biishey CJeorge ]?I. station agt. and lime mfr. h Old Pike rd ^ 

Colliflower E. C. farmer, Beaver Creek rd ^ 

ColHflower James M. farmer, h Pondsville S^ 

Grouse J. G. P. farmer, h Pike rd H^ 

Crum Abraham, h Beard's Church rd OQ 

Davis Isaac E. farmer, h Georgetown rd CD 

Pavis John D. farmer, h Georgetown rd *i 

Dayhoff Calvin, farmer. Beard's Church rd 

Dayhoff Martin L. huckster, Pondsville 

Deal Frank M. farmer, h Beaid's Church rd 

Dommel Charles A. lab, h Main Cj 

Dommel Mrs. L. wid, b Main O 

Doyle Jacob, lab, h Pondsville J 

Dibert Hezekiah, blacksmith, h Broadway 

Fecker Joseph, farmer, h Old Pike rd Hg 

Fisher Sanford, lab, h Main pfi 

Flory Solomon, stone mason, h Beard's Church rd ca 

Flory Wm carpenter, h Beard's Church rd ^ ^ 

Fockler Edwin B. teacher, h Main " H 

Fockler John, teacher, h Main ». 

Fockler Mrs. Louisa, wid, h Main ^Z 

Glen Alexander, farmer, h Pondsville ^^ 

Glen Jerome, farmer, Pondsville 

Gouger Miss Alice, seaamstress, h Georgetown rd 

Gouger Curtis, farmer, h Pondsville rd 

Gouger Si>muel, farmer, Pondsville rd 

Grove Alexander, farmer, h Pondsville u-i 

Grove James, farmer, h Pondsville rd aQ 

Grove Wm. mason, h Pondsville 

Hawkins Wm. H. farmer, h Main 

Hammaker Daniel, farmer, h Pondsville 

Hammaker Wm. farmer, h Pondsville 

Hoffman Jacob, farmer, h Gtotgetown rd ^^ 

Hoffman John, farmer, h Georgetown rd 

Hoover David, farmer. Beard's Church rd HH 

Hoover John, fruit man, h Beard's Church rd 

Hoover J, Willi;im, organ agent, h Public Square 

Hoover M. D. millwright, h Pike rd 

Hoover Mrs. Nancy, wid, h Main 

Houck Joshua, farmer, h Beaver Creek rd 

Houser Andrew, shoemaker, h Main O 

Houser George, lab, h Main ^ 

Houser Jacob, carpenter, h Old Pike rd ^ 

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fe Houser John, carpenter, h Old Pike rd 
Q Houser John, teacher, h Main 
4^ Houser Samuel, lab, h Main 

1/2 Huyett Mrs. Carrie, wid.farm, h Beaver Creek rd 
?H Huyett Edward, farmer, h Beaver Creek rd 
£^ Huyett Mrs. E. M. wid, h Beaver Creek rd 
w Johns Jacob, lab, h Old Pike rd 

W^ Johnson K. P. farmer, h Jugtown 
Jones William, blacksmith, h Main 
Keller Henry J. emp creamery, h Main 
g Kline John, lab, h Pondsville rd 
H Koontz Calvin, lab, h Main 
£ Koontz Scott, lab, h Georgetown rd 
w * Krouse Daniel, farmer, h Beard's Church rd 
3^ Krouse Daniel G. gen. store. Main, h do 
i S Krouse Mrs. Delila, wid, h Main 
2 g Law Mrs. C. wid, h Old Pike rd 
^ g Law Harvey, lab, h Old Pike rd 
S . Lum John, farmer, h Pondsville rd 
<'^ Lum William, farmer, h Georgetown rd 
^^ McAfee Samuel, farmer, h Beaver Creek rd 
§ Miller Mrs. Catharine, h Public Square 
§ Miller Fred, fruit grower, h Georgetown rd 
K Nevans Patrick, lab, h Main 
of Noel Andrew, h Main 
g Norman Gideon, farmer, h Jugtown 
O Penner David H. lab, h Main 
^ Penner Mrs. Josephine, h Main 
a Polsgrove Christopher, farmer, h Beaver Creek rd 
'Z Pool Preston, farmer, h Pondsville rd 
•a Pound George, farmer, h Pondsville 
O Pound George, farmer, h Old Pike rd 

Pount Silas, farmer, h Pondsville rd 
Q Reynold Daniel, h Jugtown 

Reynold George A. farmer, h Pondsville rd 

Reynold Henry, farmer, h Pondsville rd 

Ridenour Alexander, lab, h Beaver Creek rd 

Ridenow Joseph, farmer, h Jugtown 

Santee Rev. J. W. pastor Reformed Church, h Georgetown rd 

Slick William, butcher, h Main 

Smith Alfred, farmer, h Hagerstovvn pike 

Spessard Charles, teacher, h Old Pike rd 

Spessard David, lab. h Main 

Spessard Eugene, teacher, h Old Pike rd 

Spessard John, lab, h Main 

Spessard Milton A. teacher, h Old Pike rd 



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Spessard Samuel, lab, h Old Pike rd k^j 

Steffey Charles, farmer, h Old Pike rd )ff 

Steffej John D. farmer, h Old Pike rd ^ 

Stover Harry E. butcher, h Main ^ 

Swipe John, farmer, Pondsville ^ 

Unger William F. farmer, h Hagerstowo pike ^9 

Winters George F. Hagerstown pike P 

Winters John S. farmer, h S. Main 09 

Winters Samuel W. farmer, h Georgetown rd CD 

Weagley Andrew farmer, h Old Pike rd *^ 
Weagley Jacob, lab, h Old Pike 
Weagley Theodore, blacksmith. Old Pike rd 



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Wolf Jacob, farmer, h Hagerstown Pike ^ 

Woltz Daniel, farmer, h Beaver Creek rd ^ p^ 

Woltz Jacob, farmer, h Hagerstown Pike " 

Woltz Martin, farmer, h Hagerstown Pike ** 

Wright Mrs. Jane, wid, h Old Pike rd t^ 

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Adams John, (J. H. Eohrer & Co.), h Leitersburg rd 

Bacbtell Aaron, carpenter, h E. Main ^m-K 

Bachtell Benjamin, fruit grower, Baveu Rock rd ^^ 

Bacbtell Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, E. Main 

Bachtell Harvey, clerk, h E. Water [Main J^ 

Baldwin Dr. Charles A. physician and surgeon, h and office E. 

Barkdoll Daniel W. farmer and fruit grower. Raven Rock rd h^ 

Barkdoll Samuel, painter, h E. Main ^O 



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fe Beard DaDiel, farmer, Leitersburg rd 

Q Bell Miss Anna K. teacher, h E. Water 

^ Bell Charles K. teacher, h E. Water 

03 Bell Miss Elizabeth W. artist, h E. Water 

^ Bell Miss Julia M. teacher, h E. Water 
^^^--^Bell Lewis J. druggist, E. Water, h do. (See adv) 

Besore George N. farmer, Rnven Rock rd 

^ Biggs Charles M. harnessmaker, h E. Main 

Qj Bikel Ferdinand, cabinetmaker 

Bishop Dr. Elijah T. physician and surgeon, Waynesboro rd 

H Bishop John H. farmer, h E. Main 

ix; Breitweiser Mrs. Eva, wid, h E. Main ~> 

2 Brenner Lucian B. general merchandise, Main, h do 

^ Brenner Walter D. clerk n Main 

K ^ Brown Josiah J. farmer and fruit grower. Raven Rock rd 

^S Brown Reuben, farmer and fruit grower, Raven Rock rd 

^2 Brown Thomas J. farmer and fruit grower. Raven Rock rd 

Sg Burgesser John E. clerk, W. M. Depot, h W. Main 

^ . Cable John W. distiller Weltz whiskey. Raven Rock rd 

'g^ Clark Mrs. Barbara, wid Edward, h E. Main • 

^^ Clark Philip, lab, h W. Water I 

W Clark Mrs. Samuel, wid, E. W^ater, h do I 

§ Clark Walter B. telegraph operator, Edgemont, h W. Water * 

-< Clary Mrs. Henrietta, wid h E. W^ater — 

^ Delosure John, lab, h W. Main 

^ Diffendall, Albertus F. teacher, h Wolfsville rd 

> Diffendall George, sawyer, h Wolfs.ville rd 

^ Diffendall Samuel, sawyer, h W^olfsville rd 

* Diffendall Theodore, sawyer, h Wolfsville rd 

•^ Diffendall Thomas A. teacher, h Wolfsville rd 

^ Donaldson Miss Blanch, h E. Main 

^ Donaldson Miss Carrie, h E. Main 

^ Donaldson William O. frnit grower, h Main 

P Downey Mrs. Laura, wid. h NV. Water 

^ Edwards Henry, lab, h W. Water 

pC^ Embly Franklin, lab, h W^ Water 

^i Ferguson John F. shoemaker, E. Water, h do 

J^ Fessler John, flour and feed, E. Wtiter, h do 

Ph Fiery Oliver P. clerk, h E. Water 

Nj Flora Miss Sophia, h E. Main 

^^ Fogler Curtis, farmer, W^aynesboro rd 

HFoltz Henry, farmer, Wolfsville rd 
Gardenour Benton, farmer and fruit grower, Raven Rock rd 

Q^ Gardenour Boaz, farmer and fruit grower. Raven Rock rd 

H Gardner Henry, emp W. M. R. R. depot, Hagerstown, h E. Main 

^^ Gardner Jeremiah, h E. Main 

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Gardner Vinton, track hand, h E. Main 
Garver Joseph, miller, Waynesboro rd 
Garver M. L. undertaker, E. Main, h do 
Garver Samuel B. fMrmer and miller, h Waynesboro rd 
Gehr Dr. Daniel W, dentist, h and office E! Main 

Geiser Samuel, farmer, Leitersburg rd ^ 

George Mrs. Elizabeth, h E. Main tJ 

Harbar.gli Mrs. Susie, wid, b Main (|Q 

Harne Mrs. Allen, wid, barber, h E. Main ^ 

Harne Mrs. Margaret, h E. Main Hj 

>H.iUlehriinil Adain C general merchandise, Main c Water, h ^^ 
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TODS, and everything usually kept in a -^ ^5' 

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Motto--Good Goods and Small Profits. 
Cor. Main and Wat<»r Sts.. - - . SlIITH i>«BlTR(,i. "Wd. 

nildebrand Edward O. bookkeeper, h E. Main c? 

Hiteshew Alfred P. h W. Water ,_j^ 

Hiteshew Carrington G. clerk, h E. M;iin 2\Q 
Hiteshew Charles, h Water 

Holliugsworth Charles S. tailor, h E. Main h^ 

Hollingsworth George, tailor, h W. Water M 

Hollingsvvorth John, tailor, h E. Main QJ 

Hollingsworth John F. tailor, h W. Water Ct" 

Hollingsworth William G. tailor, h W. Water ^. 

Hoover Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h W. Water DO 

Hoover Martin, farmer, Waynesboro rd ^ 

Hultzman Mr. agent, h Water ^T^ 

Huyett Jacob, track hand, h E. .vlain h^ 

Ingram Misses Mary, Laura, Edith and Kate, h Wolfsville rd S 

Jacques Mrs. Julia A. wid, h E. Water ^ 

Jaqnes Lancaster, undertaker, E. Main, h do 9 

Jaques Samuel, book agent, h E. Water Zl 
Keller Eev. Mr. Lutheran Church, h Water 

Kimler Joseph, potter, b E. Water rf\ 

Koontz James, sewing machine agent, al?o fruitgrower h E Main c+- 

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2 Long Peter H. shoemaker, h E. Water 

'^ Ljday Henrv W. constable, h E. Main 

<L> McPherson John, lab, h W. Water 

^ Metz Manah, postmaster, h Main 

Miller Frederick, fruit grower, Wolfsville rd 
Miller Joseph L. farmer, Waynesboro rd 
g Mitten James H. section boss, h E. Main 
= Myers Joseph A. stoves and tinware, E. Main, h do 
I J Myers John D. clerk, h Main 
'^ '^ Newcomer Miss Fannie, h W. Water 
!^* Newcomer John B. farmer, Leitersburg rd 
^ Newcomer Samuel, farmer, Leitersbnrg rd 

Norford Mrs. Caroline, wid, confectioner, W. Water 

>- Norford Geo. track hand, h E. Main 
-^ Oswald Philip, justice of the peace, h E. Main 
.2 Pearson Geo. C. h E. Main 

q^ Pike Daniel A. bee keeper, h E. Water 

D-i Poper Jacob, lab, h E. Main 
^ Keynold Lewis A. track hand, h E. Main 

cj Rice Mrs. Michael, wid, h Water 

00 Richardson Joseph, fruit grower, h Baltimore 

C Richardson X. J. Mrs. wid, h E. Main 

S Riddlemoser Mrs. Elizabeth, wid W. A. h E. Main 

t^ Riddlemoser Dr. Wm. T. physician, E. Main, h do 
>j Rinehart John F. farmer, h W. Main 
Robinson Albert, track hand, h E. Main 

^ Robinson John, mason, h Wolfsville rd 
^ Rohrer John H. (J. H. Rohrer &Co.), h E. Main 

oo Rohrer J. H. & Co. Molin H. Rohrer k John Adams), ware- 

^ house and genl. mdse. E. Main. (8ee adv) 

S Rudisill Hamilton, cooper, h E. Main 
Rudisill John, lab, h E. Main 
Shank Benj. farmer, Leitersburg rd 



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Shank Isaac, farmer, Leitersburg rd hH 

Shank John P. stock dealer, h E. Water ^"^ 

Shank Joseph, farmer, Leitersburg rd q^ 

Shilling Wm. farmer, Waynesboro rd Ci 
Shoop Wm. R. track hand, h Wolfsville rd 

Slaughenhaupt James, painter, h E. Main (^ 

Sigler Henry C. harness, E. Main, h do ^^ 

Sigler Michael F. confectioner and fruit, E. Main, h do 

. teaiidoPM O aniel IS", watchmaker and jeweler, S. Main, h N. " 

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Spessard Levi D. genl. mdse. Raven Rock rd pn 

Spillman Luther, stock dealer, h E, Main C/3 

Townson Arthur L. trav. salesman, h E. Southberg ~H 
Towsoii Jacob F. station agent and general merchant, h E. ^.^ 

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^^ Uhler Marion F. niirsery agent, h E. Main 
H ^ Vogel Leonard J. peach grower, h E. Water 
p^<l Vogel Preston, teacher, h W. Main 
• West David N. mail carrier, h E. Main 
J Winters Daniel J. carpenter, h E. Main 
-— - Wishard Ella G. h E. Main 
>-S Wisbard Miss Eva D. teacher, h E. Main 

i.««!iai*4l Joseph A. proprietor Wishard Hotel, East Main. 
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K^^^^'oung Benj.F. cabinet naaker and undertaker, E. Water, h do 
Young George Mrs. w^id, h Waynesboro rd 
Zimmerman Samuel, teamster, h E. Main 

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aAndus Ross W. lab 
Bachtell Benjamin, farmer 
O Bachtell Franklin, farmer, 
O Bachtell T. A. postal clerk 
"Tx Bachtell Jacob, farmer 
u^ Bachtell Louis, postal clerk 
gj Bachtell Tracy, postmaster 
'"^ Barkdoll Elias, farmer, 
o Brown D. farmer, 
-M« Brown John J. fruitgrower 
gj,"^ Brown R. D. peach grower 
< Diffenbaugh George, blacksmith 

r^ Feldman Charles, fruit grower 
^ Feldman John W. fruit grower 
2 Fishack Frederick, fruit grower 
^ Fishack Jerry, fruit grower 
■ ^ Fishack Rineold, farmer 
P^ Fulton Mrs. James, wid 

Graves Geo. N. carpenter 
"^ Harbaugh Lewis, lab 
JJ^ Harter George W. lali 



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EDGEMONT DIRECTOBY. 163 W 

Hartzman Hezekiah, farmer sX 

HooTer Abraham, farmer ^^ 

HooTer John, farmer yy 

Knoel Jacob, farmer HH 

Leathers Christian, farmer lLj 

McClain Elias, section foreman fV 

Masters George, farmer ^H 

Meltzer Samuel, fruit grower ^j 

Mentzer David, postmaster and store ^^ 

Miller Levi, fruit grower j^ 

Nicodemus John A. fruit grower 2| 

Reynold Harry farmer ^S 

Reynold Henry, farmer and fruit grower rj. 

Renner Daniel, fruit grower IS 

Ridenour Daniel, lab hri 

Ridge George, lab ^^ 
Santz John, farmer 
Schull Benjamin, farmer 

Schuli William, fruit grower ^^ 

Sheeley Abraham, carpenter C-J 

Smith Henry, lab ^j 

Smith & Neill fruit grower J 
Sitoiiffer Ciiarles E. ticket and express agent 

Stouifer Clarence, farmer >^ 

Stouffer Henry M. fruit farmer po 

Stouffer Isaac, farmer j^ 

Stouffer John, farmer g 

Stouffer John C. farmer ^■ 

Stouffer Samuel, farmer 52 

Stouffer Sydney I. telegraph operator co 

Stover J. Mitchell, farm and nursery ^ 

Weddle Daniel, fruit grower ■"*> 

Weddle Samuel, farmer gi 

Welty Jacob, farmer co 
Welty Samuel, farmer 



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BLUE MOUNTAIN, § 

WASHINGTON CO., MD. B 

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A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, *^ 
seventy -two miles from Baltimore. This station was located on 
the completion of the Blue Mountain House, and is directly on 
thp railroad overlooking the Cumberland Valley. It is simply a 



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Manufacturers & dealers in Sasb. f"^ 

Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of ^2. 

every description. JS3 

Near the Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERSIOWN, MD. <?»• 



White and Purple Violels, 



SAMUEL FEAST & SONS, 
228 Nortli Charles Street. Baltimore. Md. 



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2 gj station for this resort. Tlie journey to the Blue Mountain House 

j^;:^ is relieved of the un 'leasaot feature of travelling by night, as the 

^ resort is so readily reached that tourists from New York, Phila- 

^ delphia, Baltimore, Washington, Eichmond and many other 

G points are but from two and a half to eight hours' run from the 

t; resort. 



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PEN-MAR. 



G FRANKLIN COUNTY, PA. 

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tiJ3 A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad 

.5 distant 71 miles from Baltimore and 22 miles from Williams- 

-g port. 

^ Pen-Mar, Maryland's Mountain Resort, is delightfully located 

•z^ on the summit of the Blue Ridge, and directly on the line of 

the W^estern Maryland Railroad. One may take the Pen-Mar 

bO Express any day (except Sundays), during the season, at 9 a. m. 

.5 from Hillen Station, and in two and a half hours find himself on 

oi lofty peaks; spend six hours amid the life-giving atmosphere of 

i-p the mountains, and arrive home at an early hour of the evening. 

Pen-Mar is truly the gem of the Blue Ridge. The panorama 

* "j^ of the Cumberland Valley is beyond doubt one of the grandest 

afforded in this country. Looking for miles in any direction, 

C beautifully cultivated fields with harvests of grain, here and 

D^ there a town or village, meet the eye and ?>tatnp indelibly upon 

the mind a scene never to be forgotten. 



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^ Calimer Mrs. Malinda, wid 

Ph Carbaugh William, lab 

^H Cascade House, S. S. O'Neil prop. 

J^ Cront John E. summer restaurant 

1*^ Dotterer James, lab 

hn Fisher Charles, fruit grower 

^^ Fleagle George, summer boarding 

HFleagle Johnston 
Fox J. C. lab 
P^ Hahn George, fruit grower 
fV^ Hahn W^illiam, fruit grower 
^^ Hoover John O. hotel 



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^«< DANIEL F. BliATTY. - Washington New Jersey. 



Practical improvements 

are constantly being added 
to the FAMOUS 



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Johnston John, fruit grower s» 

Kitterman Harvey, carpenter ^^ 

Ketterman Warren CO 

Keefer C. watchman at the park hH 

Kohler Lewis, survevor 

Myers Heury H. postmaster, station agent and general 
store. (See adv) 



New Store. New Stock. 



Dealer in 



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Groceries. Provisions, Flour and Feed. ^ 

Choice COFFEES and TEAS a Specialty. 
Also Postmaster. Office and Store located at the Depot. ^^\ 

Reachard Henry, lab V^ 

Ruths David and Samuel "• 

Royer Samuel, farmer qq 

Rouser C. A. fruit grower p-i 

Rouser Peter, fruit grower ^/5 

Shiess George, farmer ^-j 
Spences H. C. auctioneer 

Shatzer Jacob, farmer C^ 

Schlier John, fruitgrower ^" 

Tracy Washington, lab ^^ 

Wenich J. C. fruit grower "~H 



HIGHFIELD. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY, PA, 

A station on the line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 70 
miles from Baltimore and 23 miles from Williarasport ; also, 23 
miles from Gettysburgh, to which it is connected by a branch 
road leading from this place. 



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Benchoir A. W. station agent " 

Bierly C. H. engineer a 

Bierly G. E. lab S 

Bierly L. A. lab | 



J. G. DAYHOFF & GO. 



LUMBKK. Dealers in Masous' 
and Builders' Materials 
of all kinds. 
Near Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERSTOWN, MD. 



ORDERS by Telephone, Telegraph or Letter 

Receive our personal and prompt attention. SAMUEL FEAST & SONS. 



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^•j2 Brewer & Keppman, carpenters 

-* Brown M. A. patent medicines 

»> Buhrman J. M. farmer 

^ Buhrman Jessup, lab 

^ Cline Charles E. lab 

^ Chirchase W. E. boarding 

O Gladhill Charles W. fireman 

;*^ Gladhill Charles E. lab 

^^ Gladhill Henry, engineer W. M. R. R. 

Gladhill John, farmer 

rj Johnson Miss M. boarding 

•i-H Ketloman George, carpenter 

•q Krise Frank, lab 

^ Moore John M. lab 

q9 Miller H. G. section foreman 
Miller Walter, lab 
Page Gen. R. L. boarding 

rrt Staub Charles, boarding 

rt Shlnglebecker Charles, merchant 

lla Shlnglebecker Hiram, farmer 

^ Shatzer J. W. prop. Highfield Hotel 

5C Tustler Harvey, lab 

fj Vaughn M. boarding 

••— • Wantz A. B. cigar maker, post office 

1^ Wantz Charles, boarding 

^ Wantz John E. general store 

Cd Wantz William J. farmer 



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FRANKLIN CO., PA. 



J^H A. station and summer resort on the line of the Western Mary- 
Pi land Railroad, 70 miles from Baltimore. 

Q^ Bowman Miss Alice, boarding 

riangher John A. & William, blacksmiths 

r-^ Harbaugh Luke, sect, boss foreman 

Q^ Miller Mrs. J. C. 

^ Nichols Augustus & Samuel 

UJ Webb C. W. summer boarding 



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DANIEL F. BEATTY - Washington, New Jersey. 



PKACTICAL IMPROVEMENTS 

are constantly being added 
to the FAMOUS 



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BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, 

FRANKLIN CO., PA. 



A station on the Western Maryland Railroad, 69 miles from hH 
Baltimore and 24 miles from Williamsport. ^^ 

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Adams Curtis, machinist, h nr Monterey 

AruspargQ W. A. farmer 

Benchoff John F. farmer ^^ 

Benchoff Thomas F. lab ^ 

Benchoff Washington, farmer, Monterey 

Benchoff William F. farmer, Monterey JTj 

Bloom Simou, shoemaker, h Monterey 

Chapman Miss Maggie L. propr Mountain House 

Dalwig Mrs. summer cottsige 

Detso Charles, farmer, h Mountain House 

Detso Samuel, farmer, Monterey rd 

Dysert Mrs. Margaret, wid, h Monterey Cj 

Embley Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h Pen-Mar rd Q 

Fitz Henry, farmer 

Fitz Samuel, lab, h Sabillasville rd 

Flaugher Harry, blacksmith, h Pen-Mar rd qq 

Gorges John, boarding CD 

Gorsuch John, lab, li Monterey ^ 

Hawley Mrs. Martin, Balto. summer cottage 

Kline Charles, lab, Monterey rd -^ 

McLean Reuben, section hand P5 

McLean Peter, farmer, h Sabillasville rd ^- 

Masters William, propr. Park House, Monterey 

Miller David, Clermont Hotel, Monterey C~5 

Miller Hiram G. section foreman ^~ 

Miller L. boarding «— t- 

Monterey Hotel, Monterey Hotel Co. proprs ~T 

Mower W. L. gen. store 3 

Page Genl. R. L. Summer Cottage, Pen-Mar rd «H 

Price Dr. E. C. physician, Baltimore, h Monterey ^^ 

Rowe I^ewis A. station agent, h Summit Villa f 

Reach Rev. Adam, Congregational ^ 

Royal Samuel, farmer ^ 

Royer Samuel, farmer. Pen Mar rd g 

Royer Theodore, farmer ^ 

Shatzer John W. hotel £. 

Shindeldecker Hiram, farmer, Pen Mar rd g" 

Schindeldecker Jacob, lab, Monterey ° 



J. G. DAYHOFF & GO. 



Near B. & O. L/epot, Hagerstown, n- 

Md. LUMBER. Parties who contem- jj 

plate building will save money by ? 
Writing and getting prices on Building Material of all kinds. 



-^- Comiiol CoQOt A QnnO 0"r home-grown beauties and HY- 

£§ OdllEUul rudol Qb OUIlOp BRID ROSES are the BEST. 

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Shover James, farmer 
Snyder H. lab 

Thomas Dr. Jumes Carey, physician, Baltimore, h Comb Edge 
C Taylor Walter H. bauker, Norfolk, Summer Cottage 
j-> Tracy Frank, farmer 

j-T| Wade Edward J. sr. section foreman, h Buenavista 
^ Wantz A. B. cigar maker 
'^ Williard David G Wiiliard Spring House 
O Williard Robeit O. carpenter 
y-^ Zilinger Mrs. Margaret, h Monterey 
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g A station on the Western Maryland Railroad, distant 71 miles 
P from Baltimore. 

Anderson Thompson, farmer 

t>^ Arnsbarger James, wheelwright 
.5 Arnsbarger Mrs. Hannah, wid 
■^ Birely Frank, farmer 

(L> Birely Albert, boarding 
j_3 Birely George 

Bowman David, lab 
"^ Bowman Mrs. Sabilla, wid 

j^ Bowser Adam, shoemaker 

^ Brown Alfred, farmer 

+-' Cline Samuel, farmer 

V-. Coffman Joseph, farmer 

^ Conrad August, tailor 

oJ Crawford Bros. (David and Lewis), genl. mdse. 
|T] Crawford David (Crawford Bros.) 
^ Crawford Lewis (Crawford Bros.) 

PDevees Samuel, farmer 
^ Eby Daniel, farmer 
\£i^ Eby Lemuel, school teacher 
^H Eyler Adam H. farmer 
P^ Eyler Scott, lab 
►14 Eyler Thomas, genl. mdse. 

WGall John, justice of the peace 
Gladhill Wm. farmer 
HHarbaugh Carlton, farmer 
Harbaugh Ephraim, farmer 
P^ Harbaugh Geo. F. fireman 
Harbaugh Grant, farmer 
Harbaugh Joseph, farmer 



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^^ DANIEL F. BEATTY. - Washington, New Jersey. 



Every Article Per- TVDCWDlTCD ^^^ ^^ obtained at the REM- ^ 
taining to the I I iLlf III I Lll INGTON OFFICE, Baltimore. ^ 

SABILLASVILLE DIRECTORY. 169 hfj 

Harbaugh Mrs. Kate, wid, farm ^ 
Harbaugh Leonard, farmer 

Harbaugh Lewis, farmer yg 

Harbaugh Oliver, lab 1^ 

Harbaugh Sanford, farmer ' • rH 

Hughes George, clerk Jv 

Kipe Mrs. Ann, wid ^^ 

Kipe Geo. fence maker ^^ 

Kipe John, brakeman ^^ 

Krise Frank, sect, hand j^ 

Lichtenberger Levi, farmer ^^ 

McGuire James, farmer ^s 

McLain John, farmer ^iJ" 

Manahan Alfred, peddler P3 

Manahan George, school teacher hrt 

Meyer Rev. James W. ^^ 
Miller Hiram E. plasterer 
Miller Jacob, farmer 
Miller Washington, section boss 

Miller William, timber dealer CJ 

Morehead Samuel, farmer ^^ 

Moser Joseph, farmer j 
Naylor William, undertaker 

Pervines Upton, lab {3^ 

Pryor Comenious, lab JEL 

Punt Daniel, lab pj" 

Royer John, farmer cy" 

Sheffer Morris, farmer <i> 

Sterm Calvin N. school teacher —.^ 

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Williard Milton, section hand 
Williard Robert, farmer 
Zimmerman Hiram, shoemaker 



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Sterm Mrs. Harriet 

Sterm Harvey, farmer 

Sterm Henry, track hand 

Tressler Isaac N. farmer 

Wagaman David A. farmer 

Wagaman Richard, farmer 

Wachter Dr. Charles L. physician and surgeon 

Wastler Thaddeus A., U. S. Collector |j3 

Wertenbecker George, farmer __^ 

West Samuel, farmer 

West William, lab 

Williard Joel P. carpenter and farmer 

Williard Lewis, farmer 



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Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 

Md. E.UOTBER. Dealers in all grades __ 

and kinds of Lumber, Lath 55 

and SMngles. Write for Prices. J"" 



J. G. DAYHOFF & GO. 



~^^ WEDDING DECORATIONS, 



Bouquets, &c., send for estimates 

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:« DEERFIELD. 

QfJ" FREDERICK CO,, MD. 



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A station on the main line of the Western Marylanrl Railroad 
distant from Baltimore 64 miles, and 29 miles from Williams- 



,^ port. 

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Ambrose Mrs. Elizabeth, farm 
Ambrose John C. farmer 

Brown Charles H. station agent and postmaster (J. B. 
p^ Brown & Son) 

O Brown J. B. & l§iou, genl. mdse, at depot 
^ Buhrman Cominous A. farmer 
W Buhrman David H. farmer 
^5 Buhrman Isaiah, farmer 
Buhrman Josiah, farmer 
^ Fisher Jeremiah, carpenter 
M Harbaugh Frank, farmer 
Cd Harbaugh Washington, farmer 
Kiney Edward, grist mill 
Lautz Cyrus, produce dealer 
Lautz John R. farmer 
^£5 Lautz Joseph B. farmer 

aMentzer Samuel, farmer 
Pryor Elias, lab 

13 Pryor George W. farmer 
5r^ Pryor Wilson, farmer 
f^ Shields James, farmer 

^ Wagaman Lycurgus S. farmer 

rV Wagaman Richard, farmer 

g9 Warner Wm. H. lumberman 
.4J Wilhide Frederick M. farmer and saw mill 
•»H Wilhide Josiah, farmer 

H Williard Hiram A. farmer 

W Williard James, blacksmith 
QQ Williard Lewis C. shoemaker 



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MECHANICSTOWN. 

FREDERICK COUNTY, MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad 

distant 59 miles from Baltimore and 34 from Williamsport. A 

rv junction is formed at this station with the Monocacy Valley Rail- 

3 BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS ^'"^.JA^r"^ 

^^ DANiEii F. Beatty, Washington, New Jersey. 



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Every Typewriter User 
Should Buy the 



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MECHANICSTOWN DIRECTORY. 171 Q} 



road which extends to Catoctin Furnace four miles distant. ^j4 

Mechanicstown is surrounded by a fine agricultural region and (p 

is a prosperous business centre. A new depot has recently been ^ 

erected which adds very much to the place ^ 

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Albrtugh Morris J. hardware, Main cor Water, h E. Main ^ 

Anders Dr. Henry C. dentist, Main, h Church dQ 

Arthur W. Scott, tinsmith, h bey limits CD 

Barb Rev. J. H. pastor St. John's Lutheran church, h Church 1^ 

Barton Nelson, fruit tree agent, h bey limits ^^ 

Baxter WiUiam E. lab, h Water ^ 
Bennett Henry W. carpenter, h W. Main 

Bennett Joseph A. printer, h W. Main ^^ 

Bennett Samuel B. baggage master, W. M. R. R. h W. Main Q 

Birely & Osier, bankers, W. Main ^ 
Black £lnier E. furniture mfr. and undertaker, E. Main cor 

Carroll, h do. (See adv) ^ 

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UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS. 




Repairing and Upholstering of Furniture in 

the beat manner and at 

Keasouable Prices. 

Corner C!arroll and Main Streets, 

MKCHANICSTOWN, - MD. 



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Mattresses, Ked-Room Suits, Lounges, ^^j 

Parlor Suits. Etc. 



Black Geyer W. livery, r Miller House, h East 2^ 
Black & Osier, genl. mdse, W. Main 

Black H. Ross (Black & Ossler), h E. Main hH 

Black William G. livery, W. Main g' 

Black William J. farmer, h Main ^Hj 

Birley Samuel M. (Birley & Osier), h E. Main C^ 

Boblitz Miss Carrie V. millinery, W. Main, h do K' 

Boblitz Ephraim L. school examiner, h Main ^3 

Boiler Henry, farmer, h bey limits O 

Carmack Cost J. mill contractor, h Carroll ^ 

Carmack Ephraim, lawyer, h Carroll O 

JO riAVUnrr O on Near B. «& O. Depot, Hagerstown, OQ 

. II. IIAlnllrr Pit llll. Md. lumber. Have unexcelled c+- 

I Ul UnillUII %M will facilities for shipping lumber ^ 

On the Western Maryland Railroad. • 



FEAST & SONS 



are known as cheap and artistic Floral l)ecora- 
tors. Estimates furnished. 




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T The Catoctin 

^i MECHANICSTOWN, MD. 

N CHAi!». K. CA»^HKL.L. .... Kditor and Publisher. 

CU The only Newspape"- in Frederick County on the line of the W. M. R. R. Unexcelled as 

fl^ a Local Advertising Medium. 

eg A Finely Equipped Job Department. 



2 Cassell Charles E. editor and publisher, Catoctin Clarion, also 
^ North End Real Estate Agency, W. Main, h do. (See adv) 

r^ Catoctin Clarion, issued every Thursday, Chas. E. Cassell, 

c. editor and publisher, W. Main. (See adv) 

• iH Colliflower James A. genl. mdse. Franklin Mills 

^rt Conner William A. cigar manuf. Main, h Church 

Cover Mrs. Cyrus, wid, h E Main 

"^ Cover Enos N. shoemaker, W. Main, h do 

Q Cover John H. shoemaker, Water, h Water 

Pn Cover William, miller, h Church 

Cover William G. livery. Water, h do 

PJ Creager Clarence E. cabinet maker, h W. Main 

O Creager James & Sons, furniture and undertaking Water 

"+^ Creager Luther, (James Creager & Sons), h W. Main 

H Creager Wesley J. (James Ckeager & Sons), h Main 

^ Creager & Sons, furniture and undertaking W. Water 

O Crouse Mrs. M. M. wid, dressmaker, E. Main 

PQ Damuth C. M. farmer, h bey limits 

Damuth Jacob, h Carroll 

g ^ Damuth William H. huckster, h W. Main 

^■^ Dutrow Daniel J. wheelwright, h Franklin Mills 

^ o Ecker Miss Fannie, dressmaker, h E. Main 

^j Ecker Reuben, carpenter, h W. Main 

„ Engle George H, cabinet maker, h W. Main 

"7^ Eyler Allen, carpenter, h Main 

^ Eyler Mrs. Mary, wid of Joseph H. h Water 

Oj Firor David S. farmer, h E. Main 

O Firor Miss B. M. teacher, h E. Main 

|T1 Fisher C. V. carpenter, h W. Main 

^^ Fhleagle John A. h Water 

4^ Fleischhauver George H. Main 

^ Flohr John, farmer, h Water 

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f^ DriTTVfO nnPAMO niAMnO $33 up. Wnte for Cata- 
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logue. Address 



CUCDVnMC CAN PROFITABLE USE THE TVPCU/DITER T^ 

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MECHANICSTOWN DIRECTORY. 173 HCJ 

Fogle Horato A. driver, h Lombard ^ 
Fogle Grasoa A. bridge carpenter, h Carroll 

Forem in Albert C. millwright, h E. Main gQ 

Foreman Charles V. millwright, h W. Main hH 

Foreman H. C. farmer. S. Water ^L^ 

Foreman Martin E. cigar maker, h W. Main fW 

Fox J. Calvin, livery stable and mail carrier, W. Main, h do ^H 

Fraley Jonathan, lab. h East ^5 

Freeze George W. cigar maker, Water, h Carroll ^^ 

Freeze John H. cigar mfr. E. Main, h Water. (See adv) j_T 

Freeze Joseph, constable, h Carroll Si^ 

Freeze William J. millwright, h Water ^S 

Freshour R. H. N. blacksmith, Franklin r^ 

Gamm Charles M farmer, Franklin Mills H 

Gaugh Mrs. Jonathan, wid, h E. Main h^ 
Gaugh Marshall A. conductor, h Lombard 

Oerfliaiid Bros., wholesale and retail confectionery and Qq 

fruits, also ice cream, E. Main. (See adv) ^ 

GERNAND BROS., 8 

Wholesale and Retail Confectioners 

AND FRUITERS. 



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Dealers in Ice Cream, all Flavors. 

Hotels, Picnics, Festivals, Faiiii 
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Havana and Domestic Cigars. — 
MECHANICSTOWN, MD. 



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Oernand E«1win H, (Gernand Bros.), E. Main h do ^ 

Gernand Miss Jennie, dressmaker, W. Main, h do >-^ 

Gibbs George W. furniture. Railroad, h Church ^ 

Gigons Samuel, lab, h opp old depot z 

Gilbert House, John B. Gilbert, propr, Church cor Main 
Gilbert John B. propr Gilbert House, Church cor Main 
Gilbert Miss Martha J. h Gilbert House [do 

Gilbert Samuel M. confectionery and oyster saloon, W. Main, h 



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Near M. & O. Depot, Haererstown, 
Md. LUaiBEK. Has unexcelled facili- 
ties for shipping lumber on tlia 
Western Maryland Hallroad. 



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Choice Cut CHRYSANTHEMUMS 



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SAM'L FEAST & SONS. 

Baltimore, Md. 



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Gilbert Miss Sarah, h Gilbert House 
Grimes Mrs. William A. wid, h Carroll 
Grimes Warner T, broker, W. Main, h do 
Groff Charles, clerk, h Church 

Groff Newton C. coal and fertilizer, n Depot, h Church 
Hahn Wm. A. confectioner and butcher, Carroll, h do 
Hammaker Peter N. marble yard, Church 
Hensihaw «fohn, assistant postmaster, h East 
Heusliaw Dr. John J. postmaster, h East 
Henshaw William R. stoves, ranges, tinware, queensware, 
etc., also plumbing and steam fitting, W. Main, h E, Main. 
(See adv) 

(Successor to Van B. Oslbr,) 

Manufacturer of 

Roofing and Spouting, 

and dealer in 

Pninps, Mtoves, Queen sitt^are, Qlass- 
ivare, Silvemvare. etc. 

STEAM FITTING & PLUMBING. 
W. Main, cor. Church, 




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Hesson Iflrs. Catherine, wid, millinery. Church, h do 
Hessoo Frank, station and W. M. R." R. express agent, h 

Church 
Horn Rev. A. N. pastor U. B. Church, h East 
Johnson Henry IT. h W. Main 
Johnson Mrs. Rosa A. wid, h W. Main 
Jones Beaj. M. flour and feed, W. Main, h do 
Jones John, h W. Main 

Kefauver Dr. E. C. (Leathermau & Kefauver), h W. Main 
Key.ser Oeor{>^e J>. trav. salesman, h E. Main 
Kling Geo. W. h Water 
Knott Benedict, lab, h Water 
Kunkle John, h Carroll 
Landers Miss Fannie, teacher, h W. Main 
Landers John, school teacher, h W. Main 



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I8.S up. Write for Cata- 
logue. Address 
Washington, New Jersey. 



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MECHANICSTOWN DIRECTORY. 175 QJ 

LEATHERMAN & KEFAUVER, ^ 

Physicians and Surgeons, ^ 

W. Main Street, - - MECHANICSTOWN, MD. § 

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Larabee & Sons, tanners, Valley rd Aj 

Late Geo. F. butcher, h E. Main H^ 

Lautz Mrs. A. L. wid, h Lombard ^^ 

Ijeathermaii «fe Kefaiiver, physicians and surgeons, W. ^ 

Main. (See adr) [h West Main ^^ 

Ijeatherman Dr. Marshall E. (Leatherman «fe Kefauver), O 

Lidie El mer E. painter, h bey limits O 

Lidie G. W. clerk, Miller House, h do ^I 

Lidie Jacob W. farmer, Old Depot ^^ 

Lidie Wm. lab, h W. Main O 

Lohr Simon, farmer, opp Old Depot ^ 

Long Miss Mary, boarding house, Church CD 
Loy Irring W. foreman, bridge carpenter, h E. Main 
Loy Wm. J. blacksmith, c Main and Lombard, h do 
Lucas Amos T. barber. Church 

Lynn Wm. A. pottery mfr.. East, h do i^ 

McGuigan James, bridge carpenter, h W. Main CD 
Mackley Bros, confectionery, h E. Main 

Mackley Charles D. (Mackley Bros.), h W. Water Q 

Mackley James C. h W. Main I— • 

Mackley John, painter, h Water O 




JOHN F. D. MILLER, Proprietor. 



I C, DAYHOFF & CO. ""^^is^^^z^z^ 

Writtng and getting prices on Boildiug Material of all kinds. 



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This House is pleasantly situated for the accommodation of Summer w 

Guests, at the foot of the Blue Ridge, and offers unusual attractions in > 

Scenery, Gunning, Fishing, etc. co 

C^- ACCOMMODATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS A ^ 

SPECIALTY. ^ W 

House heated throughout. t^ 

Frank Zimmerman's LIVERY STABLE CONNECTED with Hotel ""^ 

charges moderate. ' S 

Free Carriages to and from the depot. § 

Telephone call, ISl 7 f^ 



s Flowers and Designs 



shipped by Express to all points at short notice. 
SAMUEL FEAST & SONS, 
Baltimore, Md. 



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gc: Mackley J. I. (Mackley Bros.), h W. Water 
Oo Mackley William H. H. painter, h W. Water 
^< Mackley William W. painter, h Water 

!^* Martin John E. ^enl merchandise, also auctioneer, h W. Main 
'^ Martin Joseph & Co. props. Franklin Mills 
!*> Merritt WiUiam, painter, h Frederick pike 
^ Miller Hoiiste, John F. D. Miller, propr, W. Main. (See adv) 

Miller Miss Jennie, h Miller House 
C^ Wilier John F. D. propr Miller's Hotel, W. Main 
Miller Niles C. clerk, Miller House 
Miller William, emp livery, h East 
Miller William T. cigar rafr. Water, h Main 
Mitchell Abel, h E. Main 
Morrison Edward G. h Carroll 
eg Norris S. W. h W. Main ex 

. North End Real Estate Ag^ene^' (The), Charles E. Cassell 
"*^ and Paul Motter, Main. (See adv) 



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^ MechanicHtown. fminitsburg. 

STHE north end real ESTATE AGENCY 

rrt O*' FREOERICK C<HT1WTV, l»IARlfL.AND. 

^ Transact a General Real Estate l$rolcerage Business. 

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Offices in MECHANICSTOWN and EMMITSBURG. 
SPECIAL ADVERTISING FACILITIES. 



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O Osier Charles H. (Black & Osier), h Main 
Osier Van B. (Birely k Osier), h Main 
Overholtzer Martin C. flour and feed, East Main, h East 
^ Payne John W. farmer, h W. Main 
IT^ Pearl Cornelius, cabinet maker, h Mountain rd 
r^ Pen-Mar Cannery, John Root & Sons, props, nr W. M. R 
R. track. (See adv", [See adv 

—^ Pittenger »r. Milton A. Veterinary Surgeon, Main, h do. 
^ Pollock R. H. fertilizers, h Church 

^\ PoUey Millard F. confectionery and oyster saloon, Water, h do 
-^ PoUey W. Anderson, carpenter, h Water 

Reightler Henry, blacksmith, Water, h East 
|_ Renner John A. traveling agent, h Gilbert House 
V" Riddlemoser Alfred, carpenter, h Boundary av 

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^C DANIEL F. BKATTY. - Washinotov, New Jersey. 



Rent a REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, ^r'J^T' G 



15 North Charles Street, BALTIMORE. 



MECHANIC8T0WN DIRECTORY. 



MECHANICSTOWN, MD. 



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Dr. M. A. PITTINGER, ^^ 

VETERINARY SURGEONS 

I will visit any town on the Western Maryland Railroad. J«*^ 

Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended. J]^ 

CE^ Will be in Middleburg at Otto's Hotel every Wednesday, from 9.30 a. m., to 6 P. M. QJ 

Root CliarleK M. clerk, also John Boot & Sons, h W. Main ["'■ 
Root E. I.. (J. E. Eoot & Sons) h W. Main fU 

Root Harry €. clerk, also John Eoot & Sons, h W. Main 
Root John, general merchandise, also John Eoot & Sons, W. VS> 

Main, h do. (See adv) 
Root John 4fe ISoiis, props. Pen-Mar Tannery, nr W. M. E.E. ^ 

(See adv) 
Eonzer Charles W. printer, h Valley rd 
Eouzer Daniel E. gen. mdse, Church, h E. Main 
Eonzer John, farmer, Valley rd ^pj 

Eouzer John H. farmer, h Water *^ 

Eouzer Col. John E. h Church 

Baylor Eev. Daniel E. pastor Dunkard church, h Carroll 
Sefton Mrs. Andrew J. wid, h E. Main 
Sefton Edgar B. barber, E. Main, h Miller House 
Sefton John W. h Altamont av 1^2 

Shafer W. L. h S. Water o. 

Shriver Jacob, lab, h Church Sis' 

Sigmund Gotleib, farmer, h W. Main 



JOHN ROOT 



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Dry Goods, DressGoods, 



Mechanicstown, Md. 



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Manufacturers & dealers in Sash, 
Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of 



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Packers of tha " PENMAR " BRAND of Canned Goods. 



FRUITS and VEGETABLES. 



These.Goods are put up with SPECIAX CAKE as to Quality and Cleanliness. 
The Corn is Tender and of Fine Flavor ; Equal to the Best and has No Superior. 



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Sigmund William, farmer, Creagerstown rd 

Six William, farmer, h W^. Main 

Slick Abednego, tailor, W^ater, h Crtiroll cor Main 

Smith Mrs. Eliza, wid, li Water 

Smith Henry C. farmer, h E. Main 



GEO. W STOCKSDALE, 

Mannfactarer of and Dealer in 

SUPER PHOSPHATES, 





Wholesale and KetaQ Dealer in 



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GraiD, Groceries, Hardware, 

COAL, 

LUMBER, 

Plaster, Salt, Oils, Points and Carpen- 
ters' Tools. 

Near the Depot. 

MECHANICSTOWN. - Md. 



BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS 



DANIEl. F. BEATTY, 



|33 up. Write for Cata- 
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Washington, New Jersey. 



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Stait Miss Phoebe, music teacher, h Miller House hH 

Sturr Rev. J. C. pastor M. E. church, h adjoining church ^ 

Stockdale C. R. clerk, h Carroll »-j 

i^itocksdale George W. lumber, coal and gen'l mdse, Carroll, <} 

h do. (See adv) ^ 

Stocksdale T. Clayton, clerk, h Carroll ^ 

Stokes Charles L. harnessmaker, W. Main, h Water M 

Stokes James H. cig irmaker, h Water OQ 

Stokes Joshua, wagon maker. Water, h do CD 
Stoner John R. farmer, h Apples church 
Stouffer Frederick, weaver, h East 
Stull Alonzo J. w.itchmaker, h W. Main 

Stull John A. shoemaker, W. Main, h W. Main. (See adv) ^\ 

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JOHN A. STULL, ^ 

CUSTOM BOOT and SHOE MAKER. 9 







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Good Style and Material. 
Repairin s of All Kinds a {Specialty. 

W. Main Street. 

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Troxell Alfred A. custom house, Balto, h Carroll ^-^ 

linger Emanuel, h E. Main Hy* 

Unger John, stone cutter, h Water M» 

Uuger Webster, cigar maker, h Water CD 

Valentine Harry C. druggist. Water, h do 

Valentine William A. h Water 

Waesche L. Randolph, gen'l manager M. V. R. E. h Church 

Waesche Theodore, carpenter, h Church 

Ward Miss Fannie J. dressmaker, h Cnrroll ^ 

Ward Mrs. L. M. wid, dressmaker, h Carroll 

Wastlen Charles L. fireman, h Water 

Wastler Jacob, lab, h East ^ 

Waters Charles C. clerk, h E. Main ^ 

Waters Dr. James K. druggist and physician, E. Main, h do ^ 

Webb Ernshaw, horseshoer, h Water H 

Webb John, blacksmith, h Water g 

W^ebb William, blacksmith, W^ater, h do § 

Weddle G. Cuitis, carpenter, h E. Main ^ 






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Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, ^i 

Md. LUMBER. Carries the Largest ^ 

Stock of Lumber. rf 

Can sell lower and give better satisfaction than any dealer in the city. T'^ 



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SAMUEL FEAST & SONS. 
BALTIMORE, Md. 

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Weddle Mrs. Harriet J. wid, h E. Main 

Weildle Joseph A. carpenter and builder, Main, h do 

Waller Alfred, cigarmaker, h Water 

Weller Charles A. blacksmith, W. Main, h do 

Weller Frank E. carpenter, h S. Water 

Weller Jacob W. Main, h do 

Weller Simon A. lumber dealer, Water, h do 

White Frederick, justice of the peace, W. Main, h do 

White Dr. Howard, dentist, h Church 

White Mrs. C. wid, h Carroll 

White Mrs. M. C. wid, h Carroll 

Whitmore Kev. G. A. Trinity Kelormed, h W. Main 

Willhide Taylor, farmer, h W. Main 

Willhide William C. cabinetmaker, h Main 

Willet Jacob, expressman, h bey limits 

Willet Samuel J. tanner, h E. Main 

Winebrenner George, stoves and ranges, Water, h do 

Wioger D. Z. drug clerk, h E. Main 

Wisotzkey F. L. bakery. Water, h do 

Wissler Mrs. Henry, wid, h Water 

Witherow Ross F. dry goods and shoes, W. Main, h Carroll 

Ziiuinerniaii Frank, livery. Water, h do. (See adv) 



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Sale and Exchange Stables. 




Office at Miller House. 

'Bus runs to all trains. 

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BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS 



$33 up. Write for Cata- 
logue. Address 
DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey. 



riirnYnMC can profitably use the TVPCU/RITER t^ 

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WYCKOFF, 8EAMANS & BENEDICT, Baltimore. ^_^ 

GRACEHAM DIRECTORY. 181 ^ 

GRACEHAM, - 

FREDERICK COUNTY, MD. ^ 

A station on the main line of the Western Marykind Railroad, H 

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Armacost William L, genl mdse 

Bartin Albert, farmer ^^ 

Boiler L. E. genl. store ^^ 

Boutzahn William, miller ^ 

Buhrman Alonzo, huckster ^\ 

Burhman William W. farmer rLj 

Clem Charles, lab El 

Colliflower Bernard, Judge Orphans' Court ^ 

Colliflower Elmer, merchant 

Colliflower Frank F. carpenter Qn 

Colliflower Gago, shoemaker ^ 

Colliflower George, carpenter 

Colliflower Michael J. carpenter 

Cramer Miss Etta 

Dean Charles, genl mdse 

Dent John A. trav. salesman 

Derr George, farmer 

Dorsey Charles, stock dealer O'^ 

Dorsey Mrs. O. wid g J"- 

Firor Edward, huckster " y 

Firor John, huckster ^'% 

Firor Martin D. farmer p; " 

Firor William, farmer ^ a 

Fisher David, retired farmer 

Fogle John, lab — * 

Gagernand Joseph, saddler, also justice of the peace O 

Gagernand Joseph C. saddler /^ 

Hesser George J, blacksmith 

Irons John, lab — ^ 

Late George W. miller ' ^O 

Martin David, farmer 

Martin Jacob, farmer 

Martin Joseph, farmer CO 

Martin Joshua, farmer 

Miller Dr. James, physician CD 

Miller Levi, lab "^^ 

Ogel John, farmer 

Richsecker Rev. J. J. pastor Moravian church 

Seise Oscar, farmer 



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Near B. & O. Depot, Ha^erstown, 
Md. liJl.nKKR. Dealer in all grades 
and kinds of Lumber, Lath 
and Shingles. Write for Prices. 



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Novelties in Roses and Glioice Cut Flowers, 

i!?!aixi'l Feast & ^ons. 228 North Charles Street, BALTIMORE. Md. 



GKACEHAM — LOTS DIRECTORY. 



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^s: Seise O. L. plasterer 

E-3 Shaum Jacob, carpenter [grain 

^ Ninith Lewiii C station agt W. M. R.E. and dealer in hay and 

Stouffer Thomiis, lab 

Swope Dauiel, lab 

Troxell John, lab 

Valentine Jack, miller 

Weller Henry, postmaster 

Weller Mrs. Mary, wid 
fS J Winebrenner William, tinner 

Yingling Samuel, farmer 



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distant 56 miles from Baltimore and 37 miles from Williamsport. 



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Q^ Addison Frederick, lab 
p^ Beitler Henry, farmer 

Q Beitler John S. farmer 
^^ Beitler William F. trav. salesman 
vi^ Colliflower John T. farmer 

Deberry William, farmer 

SDevilbiss Joseph, lab 
Diffendal John D. lab 

O Diffendal Samuel, repair hand 

C^ Eyler Clayton, repair hand 
"q Eyler John, lab 
k^ Eyler Thomas, lab 
1^ Fisher David, farmer 
'^ Fisher Irvine J. farmer 
o Fisher John M. farmer 
•g_g Fisher Newton I. farmer 
'^*^ Gruber Joshua, lab 
< Heffner William, lab 

? ' Hesser Melville, farmer 
^5 Hoffman George, farmer 

^ Layman Charles E. farmer 

*J3 Long William, farmer 

K^ Ltoy Calviu W. station and express agent, general store, also 
postmaster and farmer. (See adv) 
Loy Dauiel S. plowmaker 
"+^ Loy Frank E. asst. postmaster 
Loy Harry C. telegraph operator 






BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS *":.Jt:rr 

DANIEL F. BEATTY, - WAsmwaTON, New Jersey. 



THE REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER, ^. 

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Ley John W. hay packer k^ 

Ley Martin D. blacksmith ^^ 

Martin Jeremiah J. farmer 

Martin Joseph E. farmer 

Martin Samuel, lab 

Martin William M. teacher JO 

Meskill Dennis B. section hand ^ 

Meskill Patrick, section foreman, No. 11 CFQ 

Miller Joseph A. farmer O 

Mort Frederick R, farmer ^ 

Mumford George, lab 

Ogle Calvin L. farmer 

Ogle George W. farmer /«*^ 



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Ogle Robert, trav. salesman 

Ridely 11. J. teacher "* 

Ridenour Solomon, farmer t-" 

Robinson James, farmer p> 

Robinson Michael, farmer 2 ^ 

Shore William, farmer ^tr" 

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Smith Morris E. sec' ion formau d 

Springer Solomon, cooper t^ g 

Valentine John E. miller ij ^ 

Wachter Grant, farmer 55 c/"* 

Wachter Robert S. farmer g 

Wilhide Samuel, farmer i» 

Wbitmore George R. farmer 



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Anders John, farmer 
Anders William, painter 
Barrick Charles J. farmer 
Barrick George W. farmer 

Biggs Joshua NpJ 

Biggs J. Sherry, (W. H. Biggs & Bro.) ^ 

Biggs William O. (W. H. Biggs & Bro.), also station and JUi 

express agent, creamery and justice of the peace r^ 

Biggs W. H. & Bro. (J. S. Biggsj millers, props. Isabella Mills m* 

Black James B. general merchandise aod postmaster ^ 

Close Albert B. retired farmer O 

Creager Washington, mason ^ 

Creager William, mason CD 

Jn RAVUnrr O nn Near B. & O. Depot, Haj^erstown, OQ 

I III UAInUrr Ob uUl MJ.. is th^ place to get everything cf 



necessary for the erection 
of buildings and at prices that defy competition. 



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Send for 

Price List. 
SAMI KI. FKANT & SOX*. Baltimore, Md. 



J^ 184 ROCKY RIDGE — DOUBLE PIPE CREEK DIRECTORY. 



^ Dubel DaLiel, farmer 

Q Eichelberger M. J. farmer 

.^ Engler O. A. carpenter 

CQ Fox William H. farmer 

?H Geiselmau G. K. farmer 

2^ Gilbert Joshua, shoemaker 

2* Harman Edward, gen. mdse 

WW Keilholtz John D. farmer 
Krise Georg*^, farmer 
Krise William, farmer 

H Late Jacob, farmer 

w Late John, farmer 

^ Late Michael, farmer 

g ^ Lippy Michael, farmer 

<i ^ Miller George, farmer 

^ d Miller Jacob, l3utcber 

2 ^ Miller Joseph A. farmer 

^o Miller Martin farmer 

^ . Miller Edward, farmer 

<J^ Mort William, farmer 

^ ^ Ogle James B. farmer 

:5 Ogle W. B. farmer 

^ Speak Elias, lab 

K Valentine Lewis, farmer 

r/T Valentine John, farmer 

^ Waesche Charles, farmer 

O Wood Basil, grain thresher 

■XI Wood James A. farmer 

.2 Wood James A. jr. blacksmith 

tj Whitmore Joshua, blacksmith 

'a Wood William, lab 



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^<^ Daniel F. Beattt. Washington, New Jereey, 



Albaugh George K. farmer 
Angell Chiirles, farmer 
Angell James, farmer 
Bid dinger Albert, farmer 
Birely William, farmer 
Bohn William lab 
Burdner Andrew, farmer 
Carmack Joshua, farmer 
Cash Lewis, farmer 
Cheseman Richard 
Coleman William, lab 



A Poem of Perfected, Practical PCMlMPTflM STANDARD Lii^ 
Mechanical Ingenuity is the nLIVImU I Ull TYPEWRITER. ^ 

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Grouse Ephraim, farmer }r 

Grouse James, painter ^^ 

Grouse Theodore, lab Qy 

Deberry John, farmer HpJ 

Dern George W. farmer ^^J 

Diller Dr. Gharles H. physician aucl surgeon fO 

Dotterer Jesse, farmer 

Dotterer John, farmer 

Dotterer Joshua, farmer 

Dougherty Frank, farmer ^_. 

Duvall Preston, farmer U^ 

Eiler Horatio, farmer fy\ 

Eiler John G. farmer 4 "j^j 

Eiler Josiah F. farmer KJ 

Eyler Charles, farmer HH 

Eyler John W. section foreman Pa. R. R. 

Eyler Martin L. lab 

Few Hiram, cabinet maker 

Fogle Archie, telegrapher ^^ 

Fogle Gharles A. creamery C^ 

Fogle Emanuel, cooper . ^^ 

Fogle Martin, section foreman J 

Fogle Walter, telegrapher 

Fogle William, bridge carpenter ^^ 

Fox Hezekiah, farmer 

Fox Jesse, farmer 

Fox William, farmer - ^ 

Fronnfelter Noah H. farmer 2 ' 






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Grossnickle Lightm an L. farmer og 

Hahn Harry, lab ^ ^ 

Hinea Galvin, farmer _^ 

Hollenbaugh William, laborer CD 

Kolb Jesse, genl store -^^ 

Kolb Thomas J. auctioneer and agt Frick Gompany implements K^ 

Kurfman John, railroad lab ^^ 

Long Gharles, lab hO 

McKinney Thomas, shoemaker [agent at depot ___ 

Miller Harvey G. (L. F. Miller & Sons) P3 

Miller John H. farmer CO 

Miller J. Elsie, (L. F. Miller & Sons) '^ 

Miller JLevi F. (L. F. Miller & Sons), station agent and express OO 

Sliller I.. F. & felons, (J. F., Harry G. & J. Elsie Miller), grain, ^ 

lumber, coal, fertilizers and agricultural implements at ^. 

depot 3 

Miller Milton V. farmer O 



J. C. DAYHOFF & CO. 



Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 

Md. LUMBER. Carries the Largest 
Stock of Lumber. 

Can sell lower and give better satisfaotioa than any dealer in the city. 



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SAM'L FEAST & SONS, Baltimore, Md. 



T* 186 DOUBLE PIPE CREEK DIRECTORY. 

fe Miller Morris F. telegrapher 

Q Miller Theodore D. painter 

4^ Mosier William H. hotel 

CQ Myerley Frederick, wire mfr 

?H Myerly Jacob, farmer 

^ Mverly James, engineer 

«0 Shorb Emory, lab 

W^ Shorb Frank J. general merchandise and postmaster 
Shorb Washington, general store 
Six William F. farmer 

^ Snook Clayton E. farmer 

s Snook John, farmer 

H Snook William, farmer 

^ Snook William, jr. farmer 

H ^ Spunk Hannah, teacher 

<3 Strausburg John, farmer 

^ H Taylor Rev. David R. Baptist Church 

2 ^ Valentine Albert W. farmer 

^ . Valentine Alvie, telegrapher 

a"^ Valentine Grace, farm 

Valentine Calvin, organ agent 



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w Warner D. Calvin, justice of the peace 

§ Warner Jacob, farmer 

< Warner James T. blacksmith 

Warner Lewis, farmer 
tq Weant Edward O. attorney 
> Weant Harvey E. (J. W. Weant & Son) 
H Weant John W. & Son, gen. mdse 
^ Weybright Jesse P. farmer 

Weybright Mrs. John, wid 

Weybright John S. 

Weybright Samuel, farmer 

WilhiJe Reuben, farmer 

Young Clara A. boarding 



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FREDERICK'JUNCTION, 

CARROLL COUNTY, MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
distant 49 miles from Baltimore, and 44 miles from Williamsport, 
Connection is formed at this station with the Frederick Branch 
of the Pennsylvania Railroad for Frederick City, and for Han- 
over and York. York Roads station is located near this station; 
the Post Office address is York Roads, Carroll Co., Md. 

Write for Cata- 



APoem of Perfected, Practical n r Ml up Trtkl STANDAI?1> L^ 

Mechanical Ingenuity IS the IlLmlllU I Ull TYPE WRITER fc- 

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Angel Samuel, sr. postmaster W 

Birely O. D. farmer ^ 

Bittinger James O. carpenter 1^ 

Cash Oliver (Cover A Cash) ^ 

Coons Cornelius, blacksmith ^ 

Cover & Cash, general store 2 

Cover William F. (Cover & Cash) P 

Dayhoff William, E. R. hand OQ 

Fuss Samuel L. lab 2 

Garber Charles E. farmer ^ 

Hammond W. S. grist mill Op 

Hann Lewis E. clerk ^^ 

Hape Alfred, R. R. hand ^\ 

Haugh John A. jeweler q 

Haugh William H. farmer • 
Ilgenfritz Charles H., R. R. hand 

Koons George W. farmer ^ 

Mehring Frederick, bone mill ^o 

Mehring William, farmer b a 

Mehring Mrs. W. M. farmer q S 

Mehring Upton, farmer g § 

Myerly M. J. farmer * g 

Myers Joel, miller ^ 

Newman John, farmer ^^ 

Sharrett Edward H. farmer ^^ 

Sharreit Jacob, farmer ^^ 

Sharrett Lutber T. farmer ^ 

Sherfy Mrs. Mary, wid P 

Shonetts Frank, farmer O. 
Sweigart Webb W. Penn. agent 

White John F. farmer kT 

White James W. farmer *^ 



MIDDLEBURG, 

CARROLL COUNTY, MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
48 miles distant from Baltimore and 45 miles from Williamsport. 



Weant Samuel, genl store l^ 

Willhide Charles R. farmer t» 

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Angel John W. wheelwright M 

Arnold Joe, carpenter O 

Bierly F. T. postmaster and genl store ^ 

Bowman Charles, farmer W 

Jn niVlinrr O on Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, CQ 

Is IIATHIIrr #V. I ill ^a. lumber. Lath, Lime, cement, ct" 

I Ul UnlllUII W UUl Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, u 

Qlass, Putty and Builders' Hardware. • 



Artistic Floral Decorations, 



SAMUEL FEAST & SONS, 

^ . HllldllU r'Ulfll UGUUIflllUlldf 228 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 

^ ^ Telephone, 1963. 

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g ^ 188 MIDDLEBURG DIRECTORY. 

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o « Bryer Frank, lab 

£ Buckey Daniel E. miller 

^ Buffingham Ephraim, farmer 

'^ Chipley Howard, clerk 

co" Chipley Stephen C. genl. store 

^§ Claybaugh Marshall, horse trainer 

§^ Dayhoff John, blacksmith 

W Devilbiss Charles, butcher 

^ Engel John D. farmer 

O Harbaugh Samuel F. farmer 

O Harry Charles, shoemaker 

OS Humbert John C. farmer 

^ Johnston David, farmer 

5h Koons Albert, farmer 

^ Koons James, farmer 

pt^ Lambert Wash, mason 

Leatherwood Charles, lab 

•Lh Ijy™6 Daniel, hotel 

^ Lyme Mrs. E. G. 

^^ McCarty Daniel, farmer 

-^ Mackley David, lab 

O Mackley Samuel, lab 

HH Miller J. Zechariah, blacksmith 

'^ Newman Thomas, farmer 

rt Norris Oliver, farmer 

Q Otto George, farmer 

H^ Otto Charles, hotel 

Cj Otto Thomas, farmer 

^ Pittiiigfer Dr. H. A. veterinary surgeon, oflSce at Otto's Hotel 

Q every Wednesday, h Mechanicstown 

MKeifsnider William, farmer 







Seabrooks M. farmer 

Stansbery Joshua A. farmer 
bc^ Walden Robert W. horse trainer 
"^ 7, Williams Jesse, huckster 

'o **- Wilson George W. ticket and express agent 
'^'' Wilson John, usst. agent 

'S UNION BRIDGE. 

^ CARROLL COUNTY, MD. 

hj A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Eailroad, 
distant 45 miles from Baltimore and 48 miles from Williamsport. 
•4-3 The Western Maryland Railroad car shops are situated at this 
v^ station. Population 950. 

§ BEATTY'S ORGANS, PIANOS '""Z^ZZr 

^*4 Daniel F. Bkatty, WashingtoD, New Jersey. 



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Allen Jerry, broommaker, Lightner, h do h^ 

Allison Mrs, Mary, wicl, h Elger zT^ 

Anders Cleyeland, genl mdse Main, h do Jj 

Anders Mrs. Jesse, wid, li Main ^ 

Angel Oliver, engineer, h Elger <1 

Appier Abram, machinist, h Broadway P9 ' 

Baker Andrew W. butcher, h Broadway ^ 

Baker Mrs. John, wid, h Main QPQ 

Baker Joseph U. clerk, h Main CD 

Billmyer Keener C. carpenter, h Broadway *^ 
Bond Miss Maggie, clerk, h Main 
Bostian James, lab, h Uniontown rd 
Bostian S. T. boarding, h Broadway 

Brown, Rev. G. G. N. Lutheran Church, h Main O 

Buckey George P. banker and broker, Main, h do O 

Caylor Joel, lab, h Elger <I 
Caylor William, lab, h Elger 

Chew William O. saloon, Elger h^ 

Chilcote William, butcher, h Main "f^ 

Clary J. T. tobacconist, h Main o a 

Clay Theodore A. merchant tailor, Main, h do §^ 

Cleary John W. fireman, h Elger ' H 

Cook J. W. machinist, h Main ^^ 

Crabs Jesse, justice, Main, h do ^^ 

Curry William H. teamster, h Alley nr Broadway ^^ 

Danner Charles, painter, h Broadway ^ 

Danner John, tailor, h Broadway h^ 

Deer Harry M. harnessmaker, h Main w 

Delphey Joseph, boot and shoe manf. Main, h do ^ 

Demmitt Dr. William H. dentist. Main, h do l_^ 

Derr O. Carlton, harness manf, Main, h do. (See page 195) ^Q 
Derr Hammond Benedum, h do 
Devilbiss L. T. clerk, h Elger 
Diehl John W. h Main 

Duderer Mrs. E. wid, h Benedum _^ 

Dumm Mrs. Anna B. wid, h Broadway jLk, 
Eiler Charles, lab, h White 

Engleman Edens, flour and feed mill, west of Union bridge hH 

Eppley John B. motive power clerk, h Broadway m 

Eppley Samuel B. h Main ^Zd 

Filler Charles, lab,h Elger C+^ 

Firor Rev. M. L. Reformed Church, h Main y' 

Fleagle Mrs. Julia, Ann, wid, h Farquhar M 

Fleagle Mordecai, carpenter, h Main O 
Fieaglo Naiiiiiel S. warehouseman and baggagemaster at *^ 

depot, h Farquhar CD 

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every description. 
Near Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGER8T0WN, MD. 



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BALTIMORE, Md. 
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^ X Fogle Edward, lab, li Elger 
^§ Fogle Daniel R. machiuist, h Beuedum 
-tj;^ Fogle Thomas, machinist, h Farquhar 
g* Fogle William, lab, h Farquhar 
H Fohner Joseph, painter, h Farquhar 
2 Forney Mrs. Marian R, school teacher, h Main 
. Forney Thomas A. travelling salesman, h Main 

Fowble H. D. telegrapher, h Benedum 

Fowble Mrs. wid, h Benedum 

Fowble Theodore, carpenter, h Broadway 

Fiiroey John M. (Furney & Morningstar), h Main 
•^ Furney «fc Hlorninsr^far, (J. M. Furney & W. H. Morning- 
'^ star), fancy goods, yarns, also cigar box factory. (See adv) 

o FURNEY & MORNINGSTAR, 

"^ Dealers in all Kinds of 

: YARNS, EMBROIDERY, FILLING, KNITTING 

*^ Sewing Silks, Spool ("otton, Laces, Edging and Ijadies' Corsets. Sewing Machines, 

-iJ Scissors, Pocket Knives, Butterick's Patterns. A full Line of Stationery, Blank 

CJ Books, &c. Fancy Goods in General. 

P Also, Cigar Box mannf'actory. 

Correspondence Solicited. 

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^O Fuss Robert, pattern maker, h Main 

^5 Galwith J. Nelson, storekeeper, company shop, h Benedum 

^3 Gilbert W. C. coachmaker, h Main 

W^ Gorsuch Jacob, painter, h Broadway nr Beuedum 

<5 Graham Mrs. Hannah, wid, h Main 

•^ Gray Jacob F. upholsterer, h Elger 

»^ Grinder Thomas, lab, h Alley nr Broadway 
^j Grossnickle Oliver, plasterer, h Benedum 

Grumbine George S. stoves and tinware, Main, h do 

Haines Granville S. pres. First National Bank Westminster, h nr 
Union Bridge 

Haines Mrs. Mary, wid, h Farquehar 

Hall Miss Sadie E. teacher, h FiU-quehar 
hri Hartsock Mrs. Mary A. wid, h Main 

Hartsock Johu, h RJain 

HHiltabidle Charles T. machiuist, h n Bway 
Hiltabidle Eli, carpenter, h n Benedum 
P5 Hollenberger John M. plumber. Main, h do 

WHoltz David, master of machinery, W. M. R. R. h Broadway 

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Hughes Miss Debora F. h Banedum hH 

Keefer__ James, engineer, h Elgar ^^ 

Keeney Amos, track walker, h Farqnebar 1^ 

Kelly Edward, siioem iker, M^iin ^ 

Kelly Ernest, machinist, h Benedum ^ 

Leatherwood Charles, boiler maker, h Bway ^ 

Leeds Edward VV. car painter, h Benedum Q 

Leeds E. W. jr., paiuter, h Farquehar 00 

Little David E. carpenter, h Farquehar O 

Little J. Wesley, lab, h Main H 

Little & Metcalf, job printers, Main q^j 

Little S. H. bakery, also Little <fe Metcalf, h Benedum <!^ 

Lyon Rev. W. M. German Baptist, h Farquehar ^«-^ 

McCauley Mrs. A. wid, h Farquehar z^ 

McKinstry Mrs. Margaret, wid, h Bway 7^ 

McKinstry Mordecai C. pres. U. B. Water Co. h Main " 

Markle Dr. G. R. physician, h Main o S 

Marriott Rev. A. E. pastor, M. E. Church go 

Marshall Wm. H. machinist, h Broadway -i^ 

Matthews John W. painter, h Main 5 2. 

Metcalfe John W. grocer, etc., White, h do ;c;2. 

MetcalffC. R. (Little & Metcalf), h White -^tw 

Miller J. Elsie (L. F. & Sons), h Benedum ,. 

Miller L. F. (L. F. Miller & Sons), h Benedum ^ 

Miller L. F. & Sons, graia elevator, n Depot ^^ 

Minnick Samuel, paiuter, h Farquehar Op 

Moore Mrs. Hannah P. wid, h Broadway ^ 

Morningstar Jasper K. blacksmith, White, h do H* 

noruiugstar William H. (Furney & Morningstar), also ^ 

postmaster, h Main ^- 

Myers Philip B. flour, feed and coal, Broadway c White H 

Norman Richard C. machinist, h White JO 

Norris Dr. M. M. physician and surgeon, h Main CQ 

Null Harry T. butcher, h Elger *^ 

Nussear J. H. master car builder, h Main l-j 

Nussear J. H. jr., carpenter, h Main ^0 

Ogle Frank, painter, h Elgar 9^ 

Ogle David G. brick mfr. h Main ^!^ 

Ogle James W^. stone mason, h Farquehar H^* 

Pittenger J. W. blacksmith, h Broadway ^ R 

Plains Oliver, painter, h Farquehar " q 

Perry Wm. H. groceries, Elger, h Benedum t^ 

Phillips Benj. bricklayer, h Broadway c Farquehar 
Plaine Jacob, lab, h Elgar 

Reck Charles F. (Reck & Smith), h Broadway [Broadway (jQ 
Reck & Smith (Cb irles F. Reck and C. E. Smith), butchers, C^ 
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JP RAVUnCC on N^ar B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, O 

I Ui UAlnUrr &■ UIJ. ^^^ I^VMBEK. Lath. Lime, cement, CD 

I Wl Un I IIUI I Ml UUl SMh. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, ill. 

Glass, Patty and Builders' Hardware. ^ ' 



I SAM'L FEAST & SONS, Florists, 't^^ru^'^Tuf: 

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2 Eakestraw John, carpenter, li Main 

i^ Reck Charles, blacksmith, h Farquehar 

^- Reck Geo. shoemaker, h Lightner 

g" Radcliffe Mrs. Willie, h Benedum 
^ Reisler Edward, editor and publisher, Carroll News, Main, 

h W. Broadway 
S Reisler Jesse, prop. Western Maryland Hotel, opp depot 
I Repp John H. h Main c Broadway 
o J" Repp John S. civil engineer, h Benedum 
^/■^ Repp J. Hamilton, h Main 
•^ Rinehart Mrs. Rebecca, wid, h Main 
"* Rites G. W. green grocer, Broadway, h do 
• Robinson J. F. druggist, Broadway, h do 

.^ Bofisniaii Albert H. station and express agent, at depot, h 
^ Broadway 

'^j Rout Frank P. blacksmith, Farquehar, h do 

l> Routson Harvey, cigar maker, h Main 
^-i Rowe Frank S. day tel. operator, at depot, h Main 
Rowe Henry H. carpenter, h Main 

^ Russell Thomas W. patentee, h White 

^ Schaufer J. G. barber nr depot, h Broadway 

5 Seabrooks J. W. carpenter, h Union Bridge Hotel 

^ Senseney Rev. Hanson A. elder Tunker church, h Main 
,^ Senseney Silas D. h Main 
QJ Shafer J. Edward, jeweler. Main, h do 
Shaw Moses, ex-Mayor, h Main 



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g_^ Shriner Peter H. h Main 

C Shriver Henry, carpenter, h Broadway c Farquehar 



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Shugh Mrs. Margaret, wid, li Benedum 
p~ Shunk Mrs. Louisa, wid, h Main 

Sinnott James, carpenter, h Main 
.S Six A. B. (V. Six & Son), h Elgar 
^ Six James G. saloon, R. R. av,h Elgar 
7^ Six John H. prop. Union Bridge Hotel 
^ Six V. (V. Six & Son), h Elgar 

r ^ Six V. & Son, bakers, Elgar 
^p Smith Albert, carpenter, h White 
H Smith C. E. (Reck &, Smitb), h Broadway 
^ Smith James A. confectioner, Main, h do 
■ ^ Smith J. L. baggage master, h Broadway 
[X^ Smith William H. blacksmith, h Farquehar 
Snaveley Joseph F. machinist, h Benedum 
+3 Snyder C. P. huckster, h Elgar 
C^ Snyder James, lab, h Main 



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PRACTICAL IMPROVEMENTS 

are constantly being added 
to the FAMOUS 



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Union Bridge Hotel, w 

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First-Class Accommodation^^ for Commercial men. 
<iioo(l Livery Attached 

UNION BRIDGB, MD., Directly opposite the Depot. J^ 

The Bar will always be found well stocked with Choice Ales, Wines, 
and Liquors. Lunch and Oysters at all Hours. 



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Snjder Joseph I. agr. implements, Elgar, h Broadway PQ 

Snyder John T. enginer, h Elgar hj^ 

Snyder Mrs. Kachel, wid, h Main ^ 

Spousler S. Hamilton, store, Broadway, h Benedum q^ 

Summerfield R. saloon, h Main W^ 

Stem J. H. lab, h Benedum ^^ 

Stem Harvey L. lab, h Main CJ 

Stepney Rev. R. E., A. M. E, Zion church, h nr Broadway ^^ 

Stephens Ernest, machinist, h Benedum 

Stephens John, shoemaker, h Lightner 

Stoner Abraham, grain merchant, Baltimore, h B'way c White OD 

Stoner Jncob, farmer, h Main PH 

Stouer Elder E. W. elder Tunker church, h Benedum C/5 

Stoner Upton L. lab, h Broadway "H 

Stotz George, lab, h Farquehar 

S^tmw Wil^ion K. assistant road master, h Broadway ^^ 

Strawsburg W. H. lab, h Elgar 

The Carroll News, issued every Saturday, Edward Ruster, editor 

and publisher, Main 

Townsend William F. cigar maker, h Elgar Zi; 

Traub Jacob, (Jacob Traub & Bro.) h Main ZZ 

Traiib Jacob & Bro. clothiers and geuts furnishers, Main C^ 

(See adv) 
Tranb Jnlius, (Jacob Traub & Bro.) h Main 

Trigellas J. general store, Main, h do o 

Tyler John, boiler maker, h Main [adv) g 

IJnion Bridge Hotel, John H. Six, propr, opp Depot. (See ^ 

Wagner W. T. huckster, h Broadway t» 

Warner Guy, clerk, h Broadway W 

Watt Dr. James, physician and surgeon, Main, h do S- 

Weaver John N. druggist. Main c Broadway, h do td 

Wentz George W. mail carrier, h Farquehar s; 

Wentz Harry I. h Benedum B 



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and Builders' Materials ^ 

of all Mnds. » 

Near Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERSTOWN. MD . f- 



FEAST &, SONS 



are known as cheap and artistic Floral Decora 
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J. THAUB & BROTHER, 

Headquarters for 

CLOTHING, 

BOOTS and SHOES, 
HATS, CAPS, 

i» \ Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas and Men's 
Furnishing Goods. 



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Wentz J. Calvin, trav. salesman, h Benedum 

White James J. tinsmith, h Broadway 

Whitehill James C. h Main 

Whiteleather Nathan, painter, h Elgar 

Whitmore Charles, clerk, hotel 

Whitmore J. S. barl/er, Elgar 

Wbitmore John T. kb, h Elgar 

Wilhelm T. W. mason, h Elgar 

Wilson John O. clerk, h Main c Broadway 

Wilson Joseph, grocer and confectioner. Main, c Broadway, h do 

Winters Mrs. Martha J. wid, h Main 

Wolfe A. Clayton, huckster, h Broadway 

Wolfe Edward C. farmer, Elgar 

Wolfe Joseph, lumber and coal, nr Depot, h Main 

Wolfe Theodore G. h Main 

Wolfe W. Scott, clerk, h Farquehar 

Wood William, hardware. Main, h Benedum. (See adv) 

Western Maryland Hotel, Jesse Reisler, prop. Main opp Depot 

Wright Dr. Sidney E. dentist, Broadway, h do 

Wright Thornton J. conductor, h Main 



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Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, 

Cutlery, Buggy and Wagon Materials. &c. 

Main Street, - - UNION BRIDGE, MD, 



D. C. DERR, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

HARNESS, SADDLES, 

COLLARS. WHIPS, 

Robes, Blankets, Fly-Nets, Etc., 

MAIN STREET. 

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Yingling Samuel T. miller, h Elgar 

Zeotz David, h Main 

Zumbrum Mrs. Mary, wid h Main 

LINWOOD. 

CARROLL CO., MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
distant from Baltimore 44 miles, and from Williamsport forty- 
nine miles. 

Adams Theodore H. huckster 
Albaugh Mrs. D. F. general store 
Beck Samuel, farmer 
Blaxsteen Henry, farmer 
Caylor A. W. farmer 
Ciiylor Leri, farmer 
Coombs John, lab 
Cfjibbs John S. lab 



J. G. DAYHOFF & GO. 



Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 

Md. LUMBER. Has unexcelled facili- 

ties for shipping lumber on the 

West«m Maryland Railroad. 



White and Purple Violets, 



SAMUEL FEAST & SONS, 
^^ Vwllliu dllU rUipiu lIUlulup 228 North Charles street. Baltimore. Md. 

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;^ j^ Crumbacker Charles, carpenter 

-* Crumbacker Oliver H. farmer 

j_^ Curry J. Lee, clerk 

<U Davidson Robert, lab 

4-» Deyboff Samuel, blacksmith 

'["t, Englar Alfred, farmer 

y, Englar Mrs. C. wid 

oi Englar David F. clerk 

O Englar Mrs. Eliza J. wid, farm 

^ Englar Francis J. farmer 

C Englar John A. asst. station agent 

^ Eng^lar Joseph, ticket agent, grain, lumber and coal 

^ Englar Nathan, emp R. R. shops, Union Bridge 

jQ Englar Samuel L. farmer 

g Erb Elias, farmer 

p Erb George, farmer 

7v Fisher Emanuel, farmer 
Flater Benjamin, farmer 

txD Fritz Abraham, lab 

.5 Fritz Amos, lab 

"^ Garner Alva, (Garner Bros.) 

Qj G irner Bros, general store 

vj Garner Jesse, (Garner Bros.) 

^ Garner Ephraim, farmer 
Garner Ezra B. farmer 
Graham Samuel, farmer 

Q Haines Evan, farmer 

■M Haines J. L. & Son (Lewis), plumbers 

V-. Haines Lawrence (J. L. Haines & Son) 

^ Haines Milton, farmer 

rt Haines Samuel, farmer 

^ Hesson John T. lab 

^ Hesson Milton, engineer 

f^ Jordan John H. farmer 

^^ Keefer Wm. farmer 

P^ liambert George, f\rmer 

^\ Merring George T. farmer 

Z^ Messier Lewis, farmer 

\^ Messier Wm. huckster 

hH Miller Charles G. farmer 

^^ Nusbaum'David, farmer 

HOtto John L. huckster 

^- Rinehart Israel C. farmer 

P^ Roop Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, farm 
Rowe Nathan, carpenter 
Rover Dr. Levi, physician 



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15 North Charles Street. BALTIMORE. [Zj 

LIN WOOD — NEW WINDSOR DIRECTORY. 197 [tI 

Ronzer Miss Jennie, postmaster J^ 

S auble Jficob, farmer 

Senseney John E. farmer yy 

Senseney John Q. driver k^ 

Shriner Ezra L. farmer hj 

Shriner Jasper C. farmer fC 

Slummer John, farmer 

Spielham Henry, farmer 

Stouffer Philip H. farmer 

Toupe Daniel, carpenter j^ 

Wilson Wm. A. wheelwright ^2 

Winters Eeuben, farmer 



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A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
distant 41 miles from li.iltimore, and 52 miles from Williamsport. 



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New Windsor is situated in a fertile and picturesque section, ^^ 

and is a popular summer resort. Its merchants ;ire enterprising, "* 

and carry a large stock of goods in their line. There is a college QQ 

for both s«*xes located at this place. m 

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Auders George C general merchandise. Main, h do. (See — H 

adv pnge 198) 

Anders Howard, clerk, h Dielman's Hotel £]2 
Baile Abner, retired farmer, h High [do 
Baile Charles P. cabinet maker, (also Baile & Stouffer), Church, h 

Baile Miss Deborah, h High _J 

Baile Jeremiah, retired farmer, h Main ZZZ 

Baile H^athnii H. cashier First Nat. Bank, h Main ZZ 

Baile Peter, h Church (^ 
Baile & Stouffer, fruit and vegetable canners 
Bange Simon, tinsmith, h Main 

Bangs Charles, hostler, h Liberty rd o 

Bankerd Alfred, carpenter, h Church g 

Bankerd David, cabinet maker, h Church ^ 

Bankerd Harvey, painter, h Church » 

Bankerd Levi, lab, h Smelserrd m 

Bankerd Mrs. L. S. millinery, Church S- 

Barnes Gustavus, farmer, h Smelser rd W 

Barnes J. Edgar (Barnes & Snader), h High S 

Barnes John W. farmer, h Marston rd B 



I'^ear B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, cr 

riUMBCK. Lath. Lime. Cement, Sash. ^ 

Doors, Blinds, Mouldings. Glass. Putty and g 

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Flowers and Designs 



shipped by Express to all points at short notice. 
SAMUEL FEAST & SONS. 
Baltimore, Md. 



GEOPGE C. ANDERS, 




NEW WINDSOR DIRECTORY. 



DEALER IN 



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Clothing, Ladies' Cloaks, Wraps and Jerseys, Boots and Shoes, Hats 
and Caps, Crockery, Glassware, Wood and Willow Ware, 

HARDWARE, 

Lamps and Lamp Goods, Paints, Oils, Putty, Glass and Dye Stuffs, 
Flour, Spices, Canned Goods, &c. 

Fine Dress Goods a Specialty. 

CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. 

MAIN STREET, - - NEW WINDSOR, MD. 



Barnes & Snader, general merchandise, Church 
Bigham Charles, lab, h Main 
Bigham Samuel, lab, h bey limits 

Bloom Adam W. ice cream manuf. and creamery, nr Depot, h 
nr Windsor. (See adv) 




Manufacturer of and Dealer in 
Fresh Creamery 

BUTTER^IGE CREAM 

I supply Hotels, Summer Houses, 
Parties, Pic-Nics, Weddings, 
Families, Etc. 
ICK TRFAM (all flavors) and Choice 
Creamery Butter ; All orders by mail, tele- 
graph or telephone filled promptly : I also 
supply Plain Cream and Milk by the Quart 
or Can. ITEW Wlt^SSOB, Maryland. 



( Brightful Edward, lab, h High 

■rr Brightful William, lab, h High 



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WAsmNGTOH, New Jersey. 



Every Article Per- TVDCUI/DITCD ^^^ ^^ obtained at the REM- U^ 
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Erillhart Isaac, farmer, h Uniontowri rd >• 
Brown Dr. George H. physician and surgeon, Main, hdo 

Brown Jeremiah, farmer, h Westminster rd yQ 

Brown John A. farmer, Marston rd hH 

Brown Nelson A. farmer, McKinstry rd ^ 

Buckey John C. farmer, Uniontown rd fV 

Buckingham John T. farmer, McKinstry rd ^ 

Buffington Dr. John A. physician and surgeon. Main, h do ^ 

Buffington Dr. John F. physician and surgeon, Main h do ^^ 

Buhrman Rev. E. J. pastor M. E. Church, h High [^ 

Buhrman M. C. clerk, h High ^ 

Burgoon D. Newton, book agent, h Smelser rd ^^ 

Carbaugh Wm. blacksmith and wagon maker, Bath, h do r*j 

Carlisle Abdon, retired farmer, h Church El 

Carpenter Joseph D. farmer, Marston rd ^J^ 
Chew Wm. H. quarryman, h Liberty rd 

Cold Spring Crean)ery Co. Marshall Lindsay, supt. Q^ 

Cornell Alexander, farmer, h Main ^ 

Cornell John, drover, h Smelser rd ^^ 

Crabbs S. A» prop. Windsor Hotel, n depot. (See adv) vJ 

Crawford Samuel, auctioneer, h Smelser rd ^J 

Crawmer Howard, lab, h McKinstry rd J| 
Crawmer Jesse, farmer. Liberty rd 

Crawmer John W. lab, h McKinstry rd ?P 
Crawmer Walter, lab, h McKinstry rd 



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DRY GOODS, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, J 

Ladies* Cloaks, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clotli- ^^ 
ine. Hardware, Crockery, Glass Ware, Wood and 

Willow Ware, Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, J53 

Tobacco and Cigars. _ . 



^.g^eiit I'or 

Slosiug^er's l^hoes for Tender Feet. 

MEROHAMT I'AttOiEo 

CHURCH STREET, NEW WINDSOR, Md. 

Near B. & O. Depot, Hag^erstown, 
Md. liUMBJEll. Dealers in all grades 



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2 |j Curry Miss Mary, dressmaker, Bath 

Devilbiss Charles, retired farmer, h Church 

Devilbiss Edward, farmer. Stone Chapel rd 
** DeYilbiNS Frank J. general store, Church corner High, h 
to Church. (See adv) 

2 Devilbiss Geo. W. farmer 
t! Devilbiss Mrs. Jesse L. wid 

Devilbiss Marshall, farmer, Marston rd 

Dielnian l.oiiis. prop. Dielman's Hotel, Bath c High 
c^ Dieloian L<oiiis H. druggist and assistant postmaster, h Diel- 
(^ man House 

^^ Dielmau Hotel, L. Dielman prop. Bath c High. (See adv) 

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p of the town. Suiumer (iuests will find this House as usual the most 

comfortable in this section. The table is unexcelled. The scenery is 

uj\ romantic ; air and water good. 

ri Open all the year for commercial men. Bar well stocked with choice 

« »H goods. 

c^ NEW WINDSOR, - - - - MD. 



LOUIS DIELMAN, Proprietor. 




Diehl Samuel, farmer, h Stone Chapel rd 
.^ Dorsey Hanson, D. D. lab, h McKinstry rd 
<J Drach Winfield S. postmaster, h Main 
^_, Durbin Ephraim, lab, h Bath 
O Ecker Albert, lab, h Church 
^ Ecker Ellsworth, farmer. Liberty rd 

^ Ecker Solomon S. farmer. Liberty rd 
^\ Eckman Jesse, lab, h Main 

Endor John T. school teacher, h Church 
Engel Peter, retired merchant, h High 
Englar Alfred, farmer, h Linwood rd 
Engler David, farmer, Wakefield rd 
Engleman Miss Fannie, h Main 
h[1 Engleman Miss Mary, h Main 
^^ Engler Mrs. Elhanan W. wid, Marston rd 
r . Engler Henry, retired farmer, h High 
Engler Hiram, farmer. Liberty rd 
Engler Joseph, farmer, Marston rd 
Eugler Joseph E. flour and feed mill, Marston rd 
Engler Uriah, farmer, Uniontown rd 






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Ensor Elijah 0. retired farmer, h High M 

Erhard James (Lambeit & Erhard), h Maio ^ 

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Capital Stock $55,000.00; Surplus $11,000.00; "* 

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Fowler Charles, pool room, h Main - 

Fowler George W. farmer, h Smelser rd l^ 

Fowler Pius, lab, h McKinstry rd ^\ 

Frebert Peter, farmer, Uniontowu rd ^^ 

Fritz George, farmer, McKinstry rd M 






Froundfelter Mrs. Eliza J. wid, h Main 

Froundfelter Jacob, shoemaker, Main, h do 

Froundfelter William H. farmer, Uuiontown rd 

Gait J. R. telegrapher, W. M. R. R. h Main |.^ 

Gaver James A. painter, h Liberty rd ^Q 

Geatty Henry W. carpenter, h High 

Getty J. Frank, farmer, Westminster rd hrt 

Getty J. Walter, teller First Nat. Bank, h Wakefield rd kj 

Greenholtz Samuel, h Smelser rd fl 

Greenwood Lewis H. farmer, ^McKinstry rd ^f. 

Greenwood Philip H. farmer, McKinstry rd 

Greenwood Thomas, track hand, h Main hrt 

Haines Mrs. F. H. wid, nurse, h Main M 

Haines John L. lab, h Main ^Lt 

Haines Samuel, farmer, Linwood rd C^ 

Haines Thomas, farmer, McKinstry rd 

Hape Jacob, farmer, Linwood rd 

Harman T. A. farmer, Marston rd O 

Harris Samuel, lime burner, h Liberty rd *^ 

Harris William, mail carrier, h Liberty rd ^ 

JO RAVUnrr Q on Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, OQ 

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^^^^ Harrison R. S. S. bds Dielman Hotel 

'^ Hassett Anthony, railroader, h Main 

•* Hawk Henry, clerk at depot, h Church 

^ Helm I>r.^ J. W. dentist. Main, h do. (See adv) 

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03 other engagements on the third Saturday of each month and the Thurs- 
Q^ day and Friday immediately preceding. At all other times I can be 
found at my new office on Main Street, New Windsor, Md. Persona from 
a distance wishing to make an engagement with me can do so by dropping 
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Heltibridle U. G. barber. Church, h do 
Hibberd Charles J. farmer, Uniontown rd 
513 Hibberd Job., vice pres. 1st Nat. Bank, b Uniontown rd 
^ Hoffman Samuel, retired merchant, h High 
•j^ Hohf Samuel, farmer, McKinstry rd 
r^ Hyde Elmer, h Smelser rd 
fl Hyde Harry, farmer, h Uniontown rd 
^ Hyde Mrs. Lizzie, wid, h Main 

j^ Jelly Dr. A. M., D. D. pres. New Windsor College and Windsor 
Qj Female College 

Jelly Miss M. Bessie, teacher French and music, New Windsor 
^ College 

^ Jones Charles, h Main 
C^ Kleefiscli Mrs. Mary, wid, h Church 
-4^ Lambert Dr. Albert, veterinary surgeon, h Main 
Lambert Charles E, bakery, Main, h do 

Lambert & Erhard, (Jesse F. Lambert & James Erhard\ grocers, 
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**•* Lambert Frank C. harnessmaker, h Main 
^^ Lambert Harry E. drover, h Main 
^5 Lambert James T. Church 






Lambert Jesse, retired saddler, h Main 
Lambert Jesse F. (Lambert & Erhard), h Main 
^P Lambert John W. drover, h Westminster rd 

Lambert Mrs. William A. wid, h Main 
^.^ Lambert Marshall, drover, h Main 
Q2 Lantz John M. huckster, Smelser rd 



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Lepps Mrs. Jane, wid, h Church ^^ 

Lindsay Miss OHvia, h Smelser rd 

Lindsay Mrs. Susan, wid, h Smelser rd hH 

Lovell John, lab, h Westminster rd k^ 

Lovell William D. clerk at depot, h Main Kj 

McCaffeny Michael, lirae burner, h Liberty rd ^0 

McCann Frank, bartender, h Windsor Hotel 

McCarty John, lab, h Main 

Masonheimer Joseph, farmer, Uniontown rd 

Mathews Jeremiah, teamster, h High 

Maynard Mrs. Dennis H. wid, h Main ^^ 

Mitten Edward L. butcher, h Wakefield rd ^"^ 

Mitten Harry, butcher, h Wakefield rd 






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Murdock Simon, farmer, h Marston rd 
Murray John P. lab, h Main 

Myers Ephraim, bakery, Main, h do ^^ 

Myers Jesse, farmer, Marston rd Ci 
Myers John W. farmer, h Liberty rd 

Myers Wesley, farmer, Liberty rd ^^ 

Nagel Mrs. Jennie, h Main Q 

New Windsor College, Prof. A. M. Jelly, president ^^ 
Nusbaum Charles G. clerk, h Main 

Nusbaura David, toll gate keeper, h Liberty rd qq 

Nusbaum Isaiah, retired farmer, h High CD 

Nusbaum John W. (Webster & Nusbaum), New Windsor Pike ^ 
O'Brien Mrs. Joseph, wid, h Main 

Otto Charles W. farmer and school teacher, h Smelser rd ^^ 

Otto Samuel T. grain thresher, h Main 0J 

Petrie David, lab, h Bath O- 
Picking Mrs. Sarah, wid, dressmaker, h Main 

Pittenger Samuel, farmer, h Lin wood rd ^— s 

Reindollar M. H. clerk, h Windsor House ^- 

Repp Charles T. farmer h Marston rd ^^ 

Eepp William, retired farmer, h Church ^^ 

Richardson James H. retired farmer, h High ^ 

Rook John H. farmer, h Liberty rd (JP 

Roop Joel, Elder Tunker Cburch, h Main ^ 

Roop John T. farmer and auctioneer, h Uniontown rd ^ 

Schmidt Mrs. Annie, h Liberty rd ^ 
Sellman Charles T. clerk, Church 
Sellman C. H. green grocer. Church, h do 
Selb y William, h Westminster 
Shaw Marshall G. insurance, h Smelser rd 

Shepherd Thos. F. pres. First National Bank of New Windsor g- 

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Shorb Joseph, farmer, h Liberty rd 

Slingluff Louis P. farmer and school commissioner 

Smelser David P. station and express agent, h High 

Smelser John T. shoemaker, Main, h do 

Smelser William W. farmer, h Smelser rd 

Smith Edward, farmer, Stone Chapel rd [adv) 

Sniitli i'harles W. jeweler & watchmaker, Main,h Church. (See 



C. W. SMITH, 
PRACTICAL 

Watch and Clock Maker 

NEW WINDSOR, 

Carroll Co., Md. 

I sell Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spec 
tacles and all goods in my line at a fair 
profit. Every aiticle guaranteed to be 
as represented. You can save money 
by buying of me. 

Repairing of all Kinds a Specialty. 

Best Work and Reasonable Prices. 




Smith Isrtac, farmer, h Main 

Smith Joshua, farmer, Marston rd 

Smith Mrs. William T. wid, h Main 

Snader Elwood E. farmer, Marston rd 

Snader Francis M. clerk, Main 

Snader John G. h Marston rd 

Snader John T. farmer, h Marston rd 

Snader J. Wiufield (Barnes & Snader), h High 

Snader Philip B. farmer, Marston rd 

Snader Frank M. clerk, h Main 

Snyder Calvin P. saloon. Church 

Stem David E. (D. E. Stem <fe Son), postmaster. Stem's Creek 

Stem D. E. <fe Son, merchants, at Stem's Creek 

Stoner Isaj'C M. butcher, h Wakefieid rd 

Stouffer Ephraim, elder Tunker Church and farmer, Liberty rd 

Stouffer Mrs. F. H. wid, h Church [Church 

Stouffer Joseph A., fertilizer mfr. also Bails & Stouffer, h 



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WYCKOFF. SEAMANS & BENEDICT, 15 North Charles Street, Baltimore. ^J 
NEW^WINDSOR DIRECTORY. 205 Hrf 

Stouffer Lewis, drag clerk, h Maiston rcl ^ 
Stouffer C. F. h Church 

Stouflfer Phillip H. h Uniontown rd \JJ 

Switzer Miss Lizzie, h Maiu Hrf 

Thompson Albert, tailor, h Church hA 

Thompson Daniel, lab, h Smelser rd fV 
Townsend Mrs. Annie, wid, h McKiustry rd 
Valentine William, farmer, h Smelser rd 
Warner Alfred, farmer, Uniontown rd 

Weaver Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h High -, 

Weaver Hamilton, h High 25 

Webster Geo. W. (Webster & Nnsbaum), h Main ^ 

Webster & Nusbaum, green grocers, Church fV 

Welk G. B. miller, h Smelser rd H 

Welker C. W. huckster, h Main W 

Weller Geo. lab, h McKinstry rd ^^ 

Weller Jacob, lab, h Church Qp 

Wender Henry, barber, h Westminster rd '^ 

West Edward C. huckster, h Main ^^ 

West John T. pump maker, Smelser rd ^-i 

Wilhelm John, farmer, Smelser rd ^^ 
Windsor Hotel, S. A. Crabbs, propr. opp depot. (See adv) ^ 



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Winter Wm. farmer, h Uniontown rd "^^ 

Woltz Wm. painter, h Uniontown rd g* 

Woods Andrew, h Church 5^ 

Woods Charles W. wagon maker. Church, h Main Q* 

Young David, farmer, h Smelser rd ^ 

Zile Lewis, retired farmer, h High *^ 

Zipp George W. farmer, h Marston's rd fa^ 

Zumbrum Mrs. Sarah, wid, h Main ^ 



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Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of h.^. 

everj' description. JZ3 
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^ A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
'5 distant 38 miles from Baltimore and fifty-five miles from Wil- 

• tn liamsport. 

c/5 Baile David, miller 

■^ Baile Jesse, farmer 

O Baile L. N. farmer 

T3 Browers Joseph, farmer 

^ Cassell David, farmer 
Cassell Edward A. farmer 

^ Cassell Henry N. farmer 

• ^ Cook Calvin, farmer 
"^ Danner Abram, farmer 

« Engler Daniel H. farmer 

^ Eug^ler David, jr., station agent, postmaster and geul. mdse. 

P-i Engler Mrs. Elizabeth, wid 

r- Engler William, farmer 

^ Forrest Isaac C. farmer 

• ^ Frock John D. farmer 

d Haines Ephraim, farmer 
,ii Home Mrs. Mollie, wid 
K Lester Henry, farmer 
tH Nichodemus Mrs. Catharine, wid, farm 
'Zi Nichodemus David, farmer 

Nichodemus Ezra N. farmer 
Q Pennington James H. 
h^ Einehart Lincoln W. farmer 

Royer William, farmer 

Smith B. farmer 

Snyder George W. blacksmith 

Stoner Isaac N. farmer 

Wampler Amos, farmer 

Witter H. S. clerk 
Pl| Woods Joseph, farmer 






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AVON DALE. 

CARROLL COUNTY, MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 



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AVONDALE — WESTMINSTER DIRECTORY. 207 HH 

Babylon L. lab P^ 

Bixler Uriah, farmer 

Beacbam James N. ice cream manuf. and post master ^jj 

Cassell H. N. farmer 

Cummings William, miller ^. 

DhiiDer A. farm hand ^0 

Engler David, jr. 

Essi^ Harvey, farmer 

Fenley William, farmer 

Koons John M. farmer 

Lane Timothy, farmer 25 

Reickle John, farmer 

Shriver P. H. farmer 



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Wentz Peter, farm hand 



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CARROLL COUNTY, MD. 

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tants and is the seat of government for Carroll County. It pos- f* 
sesses great advantages of healthfulne^s and picturesque sur- 
roundings. The city contains many modern improvements and is 
abundantly supplied with the best of spring water. One of the J2 
many attractions is the Western Maryland College, situated on 

College Hill, overlooking the entire city. 

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Adams William, lab. Green c Washington av j/i 

Albaugh Miss Anna, h 146 E. Main "* 

Albaugh Mrs. Fiancina, wid of (ieorge P. h 146 E. Main c> 

Albaugh George W. (Frank Z. Miller & Co.), h 115 E. Main ^^ 

Albaugh Harry C. h 94 E. Main ^ 

Albaugh Henry B. grocer, 181 and 183 E. Main, h 182 do ■-? 

Albaugh Mrs. Vila A. wid, h 94 E. Main "^ 

Albeit Nathan McC. clerk, h 63 Penn. av M 

Albion Hotel, George B. Yantis, prop." E. Main opp depot. 

Allgire Joseph P. trav. salesman, h 19 Park tcJ 

American iSeiitiiiel, issued every Friday, Mrs. E. J. Rip- 

pard, propr. John H. Mitten, manager. Odd Fellows' Hall 

Anders William R. cutter, h 36 W. Main 



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2 Anders John C. painter, h 25 John 

^ Anders John T. merchant tailor, 34 W. Main, h 36 do 

<U Anders Stanley, cigar maker, h 25 John 

^ Andeis T. J. wood worker, h 25 John 

HH Arnold Alfred E. blacksmith, h 18 Penn av 

•^ Arnold Henry, trav. salesman, h 215 E. Main 

« Arthur Charles D. h 157 W. Main 

£ Await Edmund J. (Await & Bro.), h 116 Green 

1^. Await Mrs. M. wid, h 211 E. Main 

^^ Await Miss Eose A. h 211 E. Main 

'z, Bibylon Mrs. Ann E. h 121 E. Main [vania av 

Tt< Babylon F. Thomnfsi. (Babylon & Gilbert), h 53 Pennsyl- 

. Babylou<&: Oilbert. fErank T. Babylon and Oscar D. Gil- 
Is^ bert), hardware, 13 W. Main. (See adv) 



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HARDWARE, 

Coach Goods, Leather, Slate 
Materials, Stoves, Paints, 



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PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES, 



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Cg Babylon Mordecai W. groceries and crockery, 15 E. Main, h 48 
O Penn. av 

WBaer Miss Tillie C. clerk, h 301 E. Main 
Baer William H. h 301 E. Main 
-+i3 B lir Clarence L. carriage trimmer, h W. Main 
?H B^iir Samuel P. jeweler, 80 W. Main, h 61 Carroll 



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Baile Mrs. Henry, wid, h 128 W. Main NJ 

Baile Isaac C. h 148 W. Main ^ 

Baldwin J. W. photo2:rapher, 37 E. Main, h do h^ 

Bankard Franklin H. veterinary surgeon, Central House ^ 

Bankard Thomas H. h 32 Bond g 

Bankert Samuel V. painter, h 66 Pennsylvania av ^ 

Bankert Jonas, bartender, h 174 Pennsylvnnia av M 

Bare Mrs. S. Elizabeth, wid, h 173 W. Main Og 

Barnes Noah, lab, h Bishop 2 

Barnhart Lewis, lab, h Charles ~ 

Barr Prof. E. D. stenographer, h Hotel Albion Op 

Baseman Edgar, clerk, h Centre ^^ 
Baseman Mrs. Emily J. wid, h Centre 
Batson George, clerk. Custom House, 92 E. Main 
Batson Mrs. Mary S. wid, h 92 E. Main 

Baughmau Dr. George E. dentist, 114 E. Main, h do *• 
Baumgartuer John J. auditor circuit court and insurance agent, g 

hill E.Green ^g 
Baumgartner Miss Maggie A. clerk, Register wills office, h 188 pc^ 

E. Main [Main gj 
Baumgartner Nathaniel H. clerk, Eegister wills office, h 186 E. i*2^ 
Baumgartner Thomas O. lawyer, h 186 E. Main 

Beaver Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 126 E. Main ^ 

Beaver John, marble yard, 124 E. Main, h 126 do ^ 
Becker Edmund, mason, h 88 Penn av 

Beggs John, wines and liquors, 46 W. Main, h Warfeld M 

Beho William, lab, h r 153 W. Main H 

Beihl John D. miller, h 12 E. Green ""^ 
Bell Cornelius, lab, h Willis n Centre 

Bell Edward, section hand, h 37 John ^^ 

Bell George A. carriagesmith, h 8 Penn av jjQ 
Bell Joseph, lab, h John 

Bell Peyton, driver, h Union HH 



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Bell WiUiam H. blacksmith, h Anchor Hotel 
Bemiller William W. shoemaker, 15 Peon av, h do 
Bennett P. J. State Senator, h 100 E. Main ' Jt- 

Bennett John, emp tannery, h 182 W. Main 

Bennett Nimrod, clerk, h Liberty * h^ 

Bernstein John, shoemaker, 229 E. Main, h do m 

Billingslea Dr. Charles, dentist, 109 E. Main, h do [189 do h-4 

Billingslea Dr. J. Howell, physician and surgeon, 191 E. Main, h 
Bish Ezra M. supt. Farmers Fertilizer Co. h Littletown pike 
Bish S. P. D. saloon, 2 W. Main, h do 
Bixler A. Reese, tobacconist, 34 William, h 14 Pennsylvania av O 
Bixler Oeorge A. cigarmaker and dealer, 14 Pennsylvania av, ^ 
h 44 do. (See adv) CD 

Manufacturers & dealers in Sash, V^ 
Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of ^^ 

every description. . ^^ 

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Buy Your Cigars and Tobacco of 

GEO. A. BIXLEH, 

Cor. Penn'a Ave. and Main St. 
WESTMINSTER, MD. 

Smoke Bixler's ^* Jolly Boy," 

GREATEST ON EARTH. 

Bixler Jacob, general merchandise, 34 Pennsylvania av, h 38 do 

Bixler Miss Louisa, h 38 Pennsylvania av 

Bixler Thomas, hostler, h Central House 

Black Melvin, coachman, h 153 W. Main 

Blanchard Mrs. B. G. wid, h 112 Green 

Blanchard Mrs. Helen G. h 112 Green 

Blaney James, watchman, h Union 

JOHN D. BOWERS, 

DEALER IN 

Fancy and Staple Groceries 

And Provisions of All Kinds. 

TJGAS, COFFKES, 

Spices, Flour and Bacon, Wood and 
Willow Ware. 
il^ Crockery and Glassware. 
Tobacco, Cigars, etc. 
Choice Fruits and Confectionery, 

Fine Cakes. 
Canned (xoods n specialty. 

Goods delivered to any part of 
city free of charge. 

Try my BREAKFAST BACON, 
the best in the market. 

47 and 49 E. Main St„ WESTMINSTER, MD. 




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DANIELF. BEATTY, 



$33 up. Write for Cata- 
logue. Address 
Washikqton, New Jeraey. 



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Blizzard Mrs. George, wicl, h 178 E. Main vY 

Blizzard Mrs. Rebecca, h 178 E. Main 

Bohn Samuel, butcher, b 65 E. Main QO 

Bond James A. C. atty-at-law, 204 E. Main, b 202 do M 

Bott Dr. M, L. pbysician and surgeon, 91 W. Main, b do 

Bowers Obarles E. painter, b 71 Liberty 

Bowers John I>. groceries and provisions, 47 and 49 E.Main, 

b 43 do. (See adv) 

Bowers Mrs. J. H. wid, b 43 E. Main h^ 

Bowersix Edward, b Webster f^ . 

Bowman Mrs. Laura, wid, b 13 George ^^ 

Bowman WilHam E. cooper, b 13 George ^\ 

Boylan Dennis, lab, b 99 Pennsylvania av r*. 

Boylan James, junk dealer, b 103 Pennsylvania av KJ 

Boylan James E. bnrber, 4 W. Main, b 103 Penn av ^ 
Boylan Jobn, clerk, City Hotel, b 95 Liberty 

Boylan Jobn F. b 99 Penn av np 

Boylan Patrick, track band, b 95 Pennsylvania av ^^ 

Boylan Terrance, lab, b Jobn ^^ 

Boyle John Brook, b 214 E. Main [adv) ^ 

Boyle Joseph B. druggist, 37 E. Main, b 139 E. Green. (See O 






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Also, Proprietor of ^ " 



BOYLE'S PECTOHAL SYHUP 



the celebrated reiuedj^ for Astlmia, Bronchitis, Couj^bs, Colds, Croup, ^^ 

Whooping Cough, Measles and all Throat and Lung Trouble. ^^ 

Price, 25 and 50 cents a bottle. fCP 

Boyle's Little Liver Pills. Boyle's Kat Exterminator. _^ 

Boyle's Tooth Powder. Boyle's Worm Lozenges. [\^ 



Boyle Miss Mary, b 214 E. Main ^ 

Boyle N. Bruce, drug clerk, b 214 E. Main C/5 

Bricker Jobn, peddler, b 168 Pennsylvania av ''*' 

Brigbtful Lutber, porter, b Union \ DO 

Brigbner John, teamster, b 104 E. Main BL 

Brookbiser George, tailor, b 25 Main ^ 
Brook$« Joseplt B, attorney-at-law, Albaugb blk. Court, b ^ 

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Manufacturers and Dealers in Sash 
Doors, Blinds and Mouldings of 
every description. 
Near Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGER8T0WN, MD. 



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SAM L FEAST & RONS, 

228 North Charles St.. 

BALTIMORE, Md. 

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Special Attention given to the obtaining of Decrees for the Bale of Real Estate and 
Collections and Remittances Promptly Made. 

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Brown Arthur, baker, h Washington rd 

Brown Benjamin, lab, h Washington rd 

Brown Cornelius, teamster, h 27 Union 

Brown Geo. L. clerk, h Church 

Brown G, J. h 130 Penn av 

Brown Mrs. Lewis, h 292 Green 

Brown John, h 314 E. Main 

Brown John T. clerk, h 143 W. Main 

Brown Samuel, blacksmith, h Meadow av 

Bruce Alfred, lab, h Washington rd 
PC^ Bruce Alfred, jr., waiter, h Washington rd 

Bruce Geo. waiter, h 31 Union 
^ Bruce Mrs. Henry, wid, h 31 Union, 
f^ Bruce Isaac, waiter, h Washington rd 
Q Bruce Levi, waiter, h Washington rd 
pS Brundige Edward P. h 53 W. Main 
^^ BuckiDgham Alfred W. school teacher, h 178 E. Green 
(]) Buckingham Glen T. driver, h 49 John 

S Buckingham John, teamster, h 85 Liberty 
Buckingham Mrs. Mary A. wid, h 85 Liberty 
O Buckingham Wilbur E. printer, h 178 E. Green 
^ Buckingham Thomas N. porter, h 132 E. Main 
Budd John, lab, h Charles 
►^ Bundy Algernon, h Union 
1^ Burns David, mason, h 149 Pennsylvania av 
'^ Busby Mrs. Catharine, wid, h 64 E. Main 
o Butler Eli, carpenter, h Madison av 
■g « Butler Mrs. Jane E. wid Dr. F. h 156 W. Main 
^^ Carr Alexander, h 248 Green 

■*• Carrolltoniau Printing and Publishing Co. Harry M. Clabaugh, 
secretary, 198 E. Main 
Carrolltooian (The) issued every Saturday by the Carrolltonian 

Publishing Co., Philip M. Myers, editor 
Case Harry, carpenter, h 26 Green 
. , Case Miss Helen, h 26 Green 
PI] Case Miss Josephine, h 26 Green 

Case Miss Mary, h 101 Liberty 
+3 Cassell Charles P. clerk, h 154 W. Main 
g Cassell Frank R. clei k. First Nat. Bank, h 139 W. Main 






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DANIEL F. BEATTY, ' » Washington, New Jersey. 



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Cassell James H. watchmaker, h 139 W. Main 7^ 
Cassell Misses Lizzie and Lydia, h 128 W. Main 

Cassell Mrs. Margaret, wid, h 139 W. Main Q3 

Cassell William H. h 139 W. Main ft 

Cassidy Frank, bartender, City Hotel, h do b^ 

Central Hotel, John Marsh prop, 169 E. Main fV 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Exchange, 27 E. Main ^ 

Chrest Edwin, horse trainer, h 312 E. Main <5 

Chrest George A. carpenter, h 312 E. Main [sLdy) ►^ 

City Hotel. Arnold Kletf prop, cor E. Main and Court. (See r^ 

Clabaiigli Harry M. (Clabaugh & Roberts), h 194 E. ^ 

Green [adv) ^ 

Clabaugh & Kobert^i, lawyers, Albaugh Bld'g Court. (See ^ . 

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HARRY M. CLABAUGH. JOHN M. ROBERTS. Yj^ 

CLABAUGH & ROBERTS, I 

Attorneys at Law, 

Albangh BnildiPg, Conrt Street, • WESTMIMSTER, MP. § 

Clark Perry, lab, h Eaft 

Classon Francis J. carpenter, h 20 Penn av ^^ 

Coale Arthur N. druggist, h 75 W. Main g& 

Cogey Thomas, lab, h r 118 Pennsylvania av gj»- 

Cole Elias, lab, h Union m 

Coleman Mrs. Lucinda, wid, h Charles Q o 

Cook R h 100 Liberty - I"- 

Cook T. Stewart, clerk, h 2 John 5"g 

Coon William, h 66 Liberty - °^ 

Coonan Mrs. Hannah, wid, h 133 Penn av ._» 

Cooper Miss Martha, h 37 W. Green ^^ 

Cooper Pias, waiter, li 303 E, Main _^ 

Cootes Mrs. F. h 49 Penn av K° 

Copenhaver Miss Kittie, h 121 E. Green «.^ 

Cover Samuel h 105 E. Main INJ 
Crapster Gustavus W. justice of the peace, 205 E. Main, h 200 do 

Crawford Charles J. emp W. M. R. R. h 76 Penn av _ 

Crawford Miss Charlotte, h 76 Penn av C/5 

Crawford Miss Maggie, h 76 Penn av *"*" 

Crawford Miss Mary, h 76 Penn av QO 

Crawford Theodore, lab, h 146 E. Main ^ 

Crawford Samuel, h 76 Penn av ^. 

Critzman George jeweler, h 78 W. Main ^ 

Crouse B. Frank, lawyer and court clerk, h 152 W. Main O 



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Glass, Putty and Builders' Hardware. 



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To out of town orders. Packing and 

safe delivery gnaranteed. 
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^'^ Grouse Miss Ella Nora, h 162 W. Main 
"^^ I Grouse Harry E. barber, li W. Main 
^^ Grouse Miss Henrietta, li E. Main 
^ Grouse Johu A. farmer, h E. Main 
H Grouse Miss Laura J. h 152 W. Main 
2 Grouse Mrs. Mary A. wid, h W. Main 
. Grouse Miss Susan, h 146 W. Main 

_ Gunningham John H. cashier Farmers' and Mechanics' National 
Bank, h 195 W. Green 
^ Gunningham William A. h 195 W. Green 
4-» Daley Hugh, carpenter, h 176 W. Main 
•^ Daley John W. clerk, 176 W. Main 
'^ Davis William H. carriage trimmer, h Hotel Albion 

Deeds John E. clerk Adams Express Go., h 128 E. Main 
Dell Edward, clerk, h 136 Penn av 
Dell Elias, lab, h George nr Ghurch 
"X) Dell Kichard, h 136 Penn av 
^ Democratic Advocate, issued every Saturday, Vanderford Bros. 

editors and publishers, 167 E, Main 
S Derr John T. clerk, h 79 E. Main 
-g Derr Miss Matilda L. h 79 E. Main 

C Ocrr Theodore «fe Sou, dry goods, carpets, &c., 75 and 77 
^ E. Main, h 79 do. (See adv) 
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I THEODORE DERR & SON, 

O ^ Large Dry Goods Emporium. 

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L.AUIES' and C'HILrDfCEX'S SHOES. 



Fine Dress Goods and Trimmings, 



HOSIKR V. CXDERIVEAR and XOTIOXS. 

CARPETS and MATTINGS. 

75 and 77 E. Main Street, - - WESTMINSTER, MD. 

Derr Theodore (Theodore Derr & Son), h 79 E. Main 

Derr Theodore I. clerk, h 76 E. Main 

Derr William F. (Theodore Derr & Son), h 86 E. Main 

Devilbiss Milton, huckster, h bey limits 

Devilbiss AVilliam, clerk, h 36 W. Main 

Dick Thomas, lab, h 300 Green 

Diehl Mrs. Annie L. wid, h 248 E. Green 

Diehl John K. h 52 Liberty 



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Diehl Rev. S. A. pastor Salem Lutheran Church, h 360 Penn av hH 

I>iireiibaiigh James A. county school examiner, sec'y and ^ 
treas. county school commissioners, office at Court House, hj 

the Maples, Willis c Centre, h do ^ 

Diflfendall Edward, printer, h 44 Liberty ^ 

Diffendall Frank, clerk, h Liberty g 

Diffendall Mrs. Mary A. wicl Joseph, h Liberty P 

Diller Mrs. Annie E. wid, h Hotel Albion OQ 

Dinst Franklin A. quarryman, h 52 S. Church O 

Dinst Herman M. cigarmaker, h 52 S. Church ^ 

Ditman Joshua, carpenter, h 59 Union Op 

Doran Singleton, h E. Main ^ 

Dorsey D. deputy sheriff, Court House ^\ 

Dorsey George, lab, h 302 Green q 
Dorsey James, hod carrier, h Charles 
Dorsey Lewis, h oO John 

Dorsey Robert, sheriff. Court House ^^ 

Doyle Hugh, shoem.ker, 72 E. Main, h W. Main ^ 

Doyle James, h 74 Pennsylvania hv tZ 

Doyle John Grattau, garcleoer, 120 E. Green, h do i 

Doyle Michael clerk, h W. Main ^ 

Doyle Miss Rose A. h 74 Pennsylvania av HJ 
Driscoll Miss Cassie C. dressmaker, 19 John 
Dunson Rev. William H. h 29 Union 
Durbin Jesse, h Carroll 

Eader John R. foreman miller, h 38 Bond ^^ 

Easton Miss Lue, dressmaker, 97 E. Main ^^ 

Eberhart William E. brick mfr, h 147 Pennsylvania av O 

Eckenrode Frederick, coach painter, h George Cf" 

Eckenrode George E. carriagesmith, h George p^ 
Eckenrode John E. coach and carriage mfr, George, h 70 Liberty tj^" 

Eckenrode Mrs. Rebecca, wid, h 139 Pennsylvania av ^ 

Eckert William M. barber, h 63 E. Main ^ 
Edwards Mrs. H. A. h Green 

Edwards John, coachman, h Foundry la ^ 
Edwards Nelson, lab, h Charles 
Elder Mrs. Catharine, h 79 E. Main 
Elder Samuel, h Manchester rd 

Elgen Jacob F. carpenter and builder, h 117 Pennsylvania av > 

Elgen Miss Susan, h 117 Penn av H 

Elliott M. C. printer, Democratic Advocate, h Central House a 

Ellis Miss Maggie, h 145 E. Main ^ 

Engel Charles C. clerk, h Hotel Albion H 

Engleman Josiah, carpenter, h 311 E. Main S 

Engleman Mrs. Sallie, wid, h 18 Bond § 

Ensor Augustus, cabinetmaker, h 38 W. Green ^ 



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and kinds of Lumber, Lath 
and Shingles. Write for Prices. 7^ 



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^ Easor Charles, h 38 W. Green 

Q Erb John T. butcher, h 68 W. Main 

4^ Erb Miss Margaret L. h 68 W. Main 

CQ Everhart & Co. books, stationery and news dealers, 165 E. Main 

Jh Everhart John E. clerk, h 129 Penn av 

^ Eve) hart Samuel P. huckster, h 276 E. Main 

^ Everhart William E. (Everhart & Co.), h 276 E. Main 

J2 Farmers and Mechanics National Bank, Pres. Joseph Shaeffer 
PQ J. H. Cunningham, cashier. Capital $50,000. 195 E. 

Main. 

^ Farmers Fertilizer Co. Ezra M. Bish, supt. 28 W. Main 

g Farrar Dewees L. clerk, h Madison 

H Fenne Kev. M. A. pastor St. John's R. C. Church, h 50 E. Main 
Fiddis Mrs. A. E. wid, h 192 E. Main 



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<j ^ Fink Charles E. lawyer, states attorney, 19 Court, h 21 do. 

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J^ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 

§ Offices, 19 Court St., National Bank, WKSTMINSTER, MD. 

^ Collections made . Prompt returns. Loans on Real Estate negotiated. 

§ First National Bank of Westminster. Granville S. Haines, pres. 

^ William Lawyer, vice-pres., George R. Gehr, cashier, 

H capital $125,000, 6 E. Main 

* Fisher Miss Laviua, housekeeper, h 20 Bond 

'Z Fisher William J, horse dealer, h 81 Penn av 

•^ Fitz Amos M. lab, h Taneytown rd 

p Forsythe Miss Lizzie, h 106 E. Main 

^ Fouke Dr. George 1). dentist, 177 E. Main, h 184 do 

QFouke Dr. George S. dentist, 175 E. Main, h 177 do 
5 Fouke Oliver P. h 177 E. Main 
Ph Fowble David, h 115 Green 
^ Fowble Miss Emma, h 115 Green 

H^^ Fowler Albert, carpenter, h 38 Court 
Fowler Charles H. tobacconist and cigar manufr. 199 E. Main 
M t 157 E. Gree.i 

•^ Fowler Frank F. clerk, h 269 E. Main 

H Fowler Joseph F. cabinet maker, h 119 W. Main 
Fowler Miss Rebecca, h 116 E. Green 
P^ France William T. tanner, h 48 Court 
Franklin Allen J. quarryman, h Charles 
Franklin Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 43 W. Main 






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Fraukliu Miss Georgia, h 43 W. Main 

Franklin Joseph, hay presser, h 43 W. Main 

Franklin Washington G. lab, h John 

Fresh Andrew, teamster, h 106 Pennsylvania av 

Frisby Hanson, h Union 

Friss Allen, propr. Anchor Hotel, 101 and 103 W. Main 

Fritchey Mrs. Annie L. wid, h 151 E. Main 

Frizell Emory E. printer, h E. Main 

Frizell John C. h City H<.tel 

Frizell Howard, carpenter, h E. Webster [adv; 

JPrizell Robert E. brick mfr also saloon, E. Main, h do. (See 



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Bricks of every Description 




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BUILDING and PAVING- 

I always have a selected 
stock on hand and can fill 
orders promptly. Corre- 
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Fuss Hofifman, clerk, h 59 Liberty 

Fuss Mrs. Levina, wid, h 59 Liberty 

Gardiner Ellsworth I. blacksmith, Green c Washington 

Gardner Miss Josephine, milliner, 57 E. Main, h do 

Gardner Miss Mary, millinery, 57 E. Main, h do 

Gehr Denton S. teller First National Bank, h 26 Bond 

Gehr George B. cashier First National Bank, h 20 Bond 

Geiman Howard, h 54 Penn av 

Gerke John H. barber, 61 E. Main, h 63 do 

Oeiselinan Austin H, (J. Geiselraan & Son), h 80 W. Main 

Geiseliuaii John (J. Geiselmau & Son), h 77 Pennsylvania av 

Oeiiielman J. «& ^on, furniture and undertaking, pianos, 

organs, and sewing machines, 52 W. Main. (See adv) 
Gernand Charles A. cigar maker, h 22 Green 



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PALMS and other Choice House Plants, /r^tt. 

SAMI Kl>, FFANT & SOXS. Baltimore. Md. 

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GibsoQ John, lab, h S. Court 

Gilbert Miss A. Mary, dressraaker,'104 Pennsylvania av 

Gilbert Miss Josephine I. dressmaker, 104 Pennsylvania av 

Gilbert Nelson, painter, h 160 W. Main 

Oilbcrt Oscar ». (Babylon & Gilbert), h 43 E. Main 

Gilbert Mrs. Wendelin, wid, h 104 Pennsylvania av 

Gilbert William machinist, 61 Liberty, h do 

Gist Mrs. Anna D. h 131 W. M?in 

Gist Grover, h 133 W. Main 

Gladhill Leauder, wall paper, h Littletown Pike 

Goodwin Chfirles E. quarrymaa, h 96 E. Main 

Goodwin Mrs. Thomas P. wid, h 96 E. Main 

Goodwin Robert, quarry man, h 13 Union 

Gore Mis. Mary A. wid, h 174 W. Green 



DEALER IN 

Books, Stationery, Confectionery, Fruits, &c. 

ALSO TOYS. 

ICE CREAM IN SEASON. 

No. 145 E. Main Street, nearly opposite Odd'Fellows* Hall, 

WESTMINSTEe, MD. 



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opp depot, also VV es-teru Maryland Railroad agent, and 
agent for Adams Express Co., pres. County School Com- 
missioners, etc., h 49 W. Main. (See adv) 




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Gorsuch Charles C. ^N. I. Gorsuch & Son), h 35 W. Main M 

Gorsuch Nathan I. (N. I. Gorsuch & Son), h 210 E. Main ^ 

Gorsuch Nathan I. & Son, grocers, grain and fertilizers, 16 W. m 

Main ^ 

Gorsuch Phonas A. auctioneer, h 324 E. Main ^ 

Gorsuch Mrs. Sarah A. wid, h 88 W. Main P 

Oraininer Henry B. books, stationery, confectionery, etc., O 

145 E. Main.'h do. (See adv) dO 

Grammer William H. clerk, h 145 E. Main CD 

Greenholtz John A. h 131 W. Main ^ 
Greenwood John, carpenter, h 203 Pennsylvania av 
Gribbin JohnH. restaurant, 63 E. Main, h Eastern Hotel 

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stone Ware, Flour, Rifle and Blasting Powders, Shot, Qp 

Chase & Sanborn's Celebrated Coffees, ^.^ 

Grocer's Drugs, Woodeu Ware, Tobaccos and Cigars, Crackers, f\/ 

Fisli, Lanterns, Meat Sacks, Paper and Paper Sacks, Hrt 

Pratt's Horse and Cattle Food and Poultry Food, ^ 

Sugars, Syrups, Lamp CliLmneys, Mason's Jars, Jelly Glasses, ^^^ 

&c., &c., &c ^^ 

Headquarters lor Fertilizers. ^ 

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Groft Charles, brick moulder, h Bishop 

Groft Charles, lab, h 256 Green QQ 

Groft James, lab, h 256 E. Green C+" 

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^^ Groft John, lab, li Bishop 

Hg Groft Joseph M. tanner, h 258 E. Green 

g? Groft Oliver B. farmer, h 25 Carroll 

• ^ Groft Samuel, brickmaker, b Manchester rd 

^ Gruber Arthur P. baker, h 65 W. Main 

Grumbine Frank S. tinsmith, h 135 W. Main 

>-g Grumbine George R. clerk, h 185 W. Main 

|-g Grumbine John C. tinware, 92 W. Main, h 135 do 



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^ Grumbine Miss Josephine, h 76 E. Main 
Grumbine Miss Minuie, h 76 E. Main 

Grumbine "Wm. H. clerk, h 76 E. Main [Main, h do 

~ Grumbine Mrs. William H. wid, tin and sheet iron ware, 76 E. 
^ Gurwin Charles, bottler, h College av 

Hahn Amos W. engineer, h George c Liberty 
Haines Miss Annie, h 54 Penn. av 
Haines Mrs. Annie, wid Jesse, h Centre 
Haines Harry E. compositor, h Centre 
Haines Mrs. Hashabia, wid, h 54 Penn. av 
Haines Mrs. John, wid, h Liberty 
Haines J. Scott, compositor, h Centre 
r^ Haines Samuel, cooper, h 49 John 
2 Handley Jacob H. clerk, h 65 Pennsylvania av 
Hann Miss Annie, h 30 E. Green 
Hann Henry, h 30 E. Green 
Hann Miss Johannah E. dressmaker, 30 E. Green 

SHann Michael F. barber, 24 W. Main, h 30 E. Green 
Hanna John, clerk, h 25 W. Main 
O Harbaugh Mrs. Eleanor, wid, boarding, 25 W. Main 
^ . Harbaugh Misses Emma and Lue, h 25 W. Main 
m Harbaugh John, h Webster 
>^ Harden Mrs. Betsy, wid, h 16 Union 
1^ Harman Miss Elizabeth, wid, h 34 College av 

Hartsrome Dr. C. S. physician, h 105 E. Green 
^ Hawn Amos, miller, h 67 Libertv 
-g^ Hayden Miss Susie, tailoress, h 115 E. Green 
^" Hayden Miss S. Ruth and Miss Mary A. h 182 E. Green 
Hayes James, carpenter, h Washington rd 
Hayes Patrick, compositor, h Washington rd 
Hayes Mrs. Mary, wid, h Washington rd 
Helm Mrs. Beal, wid, h 40 E. Green 
Helm William, flagman, h 29 John 

WHelwig Harry M. clerk, h 46 E. Main 
Henderson Mrs. Catharine, wid, h 25 Union 
Henneman Charles H. merchant tailor, 5 Court, h 14 Bond 
'^ Henning David N. atty-at-law, district attorney's ofiice, Court 
^ House, h 150 E. Main 

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Henry Nicholas, foreman, H. S. Roberts & Co, h 82 Liberty 

Henry William D. bla'jksmith, h 42 Liberty 

Hering Charles E. bank clerk, h 113 E. Main 

Hering Dr. Joseph T. physician and surgeon, 110 E. Main, h do 

Hering Dr. Joshu-» W. cashier Union Nat. Bank, h 113 E. Main 

Herr Brothers (Frank K. and ISamnel K.) coach and carriage 

infrs. 54 and -:6 W. Main. 
Herr Frank K. (Herr Brothers), h 58 W. Main 
Herr Miss Lizzie and Miss Sallie, h 60 W. Main 
Herr Samuel K. (Herr Brothers), h 210 E. Main 
IIe.ssoii Cbarles. meat market, 65 E. Main, h do. (See adv) 




CpHHLEg llEggOj, 

„ MEAT MARKET 

\ Fresh Beef, Veal, Pork. 

MUTTON, Etc. 

SALT and 8MOKED MEATS of All Kinds. 

SAUSAGE and FOULTR? in sea son. 

65 E. Main Street. WKWTMIXSTKR, Md 



Hill Charles, sexton, h rear 153 W. Main 
Himler Fred, cigar maker, h Fair Ground Hill 
Himler Henry, (J. Himler & Bro.) h 231 E. Main 
Himler John, (J. Himler & Bro.) h 231 E. Main 
Himler J. & Bro. (John and Henry Himler),groceries,201 E.Main 
HoUingsworth Ei chard, h S. Court 
Hook Samuel, lab, h 263 E. Green 
Hooker Miss Anna B. h College av 
Hooker Miss Catharine, h College av 
Hooker Mrs. Mnry A. wid, h College av 
Hopes James H. barber. City Hotel h S. Court c George 
Horner Charles A. compositor, h 311 Webster 
Horner William F. cigarmaker, h Webster 
Hubbs Miss Fannie, h 115 E. Main 
Hubbs Mrs. Matilda, wid, h 61 Union 
Horning Moses, carpenter, h 53 Union 

Hotel Albion, George B. Yautis, propr, E. Main opp Depot 
Hiiber Abraham H.. druggist, 3 Carroll Hall, 185 E. Main, 
h 112 do. (See adv) 



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^am'l Foast & Ssons. 228 North Charles Street, BALTIMORE, Md. 
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Druggist and Pharmacist 

Proprietor of Herings Compound Syrup of Blackberry Root. 

No. 3 Carroll Hall, - WESTMINSTER, MD, 



Huber Misses Alice and Maggie C. h 112 E. Main 
Huber Winter D. drug clerk, h 112 E. Main 
Huff Edward, plasterer, h 100 Penn av 
Huff Gersbom, plasterer, b 52 Pennsylvania av 
Hugbes Eobert, quarryman, b 172 Penn av 
Hull Jacob C. grocer, 2 Penn av, b 100 W. Main 
Hull Miss MolHe, h 77 W. Main 

DON'T FAIL TO VISIT 

S. KANN SONS & CO.'S 

mAmiflOTH i:$>iTABL.IISHi?lE:]VT, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 



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Ladies' &Cliil(lren's Cloaks, Carpets & Oil Cloths. 

RE3INANTS A SPECIALTY. 

All at the same prices at which the goods are sold at the main store in 
Baltimore, which is well known as the largest and most reliable house in 
the State for good articles at lowest prices. 



S. KANN SONS & CO., 



11 East Main St., near Railroad, 



WESTMINSTER, MD. 



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AVashinotox, New Jersey. 



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Hullinger Daniel, h 248 E. Green 

Hunting J. H. section foreman, h 174 W. Main 

Hunting William H. clerk, h 174 W. Main 

Hyder George M. jeweler, 73 W. Maiu, h 75 do 

Ichelberger Clarence, asst. clerk W. M. R, R., b Hotel Albion 

Ireland David, lab, h 304 Green ^ 

Ireland George, trav. salesman, h Centre ^ 

Irwin P. Harry, civil engineer B. & O. E. R., h 218 E. Main CJQ 

Jerome Chauncev E. bottler world renowned Bartholomay Eo- CD 

Chester Beer, 6 W. Main, b 16 Carroll H 

Johnson Theodore, waiter, b S. Court 
Jones Henry C. cigarmaker, b 226 E. Main 
Jones William, b Charles 
Jordan I. Scott, clerk, h 88 E. Main 
Kami Ninioii, (S. Kann, Sons & Co.) b Hotel Albion 
Kaun S., Soi].«i & Co., dry goods, notions and carpets, 11 E. "* 

Main, and 509, 511 and 513 S. Broadway, Balto. (See adv; ^ 
Kaufifmau Theodore A. b>ink clerk, b Liberty jr 

Keefer Harry C. salesman, h 86 E. Main P 

Keefer William M. telegrapher, h 86 E. Main Y 

Keen Harry M. clerk, b 55 W. Main Kq 



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This House is entirely new, and is first-class in all its departments. 

It contains all modern improvements. Is Heated by Steam ^ 

and has Electric Bells from all Rooms. w 

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Keen John H. market 4 E. Main, h 57 W. Main 

Kelly Mrs. Balinda, wid, h George 

Kelly Miss Carrie, h George 

King Frank W. stenographer, h 82 E. Main 

King Jesse L. engineer, h 82 E. Main 

KleflT 4riiol<1. prop City Hotel, E. Main c Court 

Kle£f Miss Gertrude M. h City Hotel 

Knight E. C. cooper, h 17 George 

Knight Samuel, foreman cooper, h George 

Koller James, farmer, h 143 E. Green 

Koontz Mrs. Barbara, wid, h 51 Union 

Krichton Joseph H. telegraph operator and ticket agent B. <fe O. 

Railroad, h 84 Peun av 
Kretzer Louis, barber, 57 W. Main, h do 
Kuhn Charles N. carpenter, h 44 Court 
Kurtz Louis, tailor, h VV. Main 
Kurtz John E. cloth cutter, h W. Main 
Lahey Martin J. foreman, canning factory, h 168 W. Main 
Lambert Miss Annie E. dressmaker, 60 Penn. av, h 76 do 
LaMotte Francis J. J. h 305 E. Main 
LaMotte Frank J. trav. salesman, h 76 W. Main 
LaMotte Geo. W. farmer, h 305 E. Main 
Lantz M. f-. carpenter, h 55 E. Main 
Lawyer Edwin J. h 140 Penn av 
Lawyer Wm. h 140 Penn av 
Leas Miss Anna May, h 54 S. Church 
Leas Calvin, cooper, h Madison av 
Leas Geo. carpenter and builder, h 54 S. Church 



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Leas Hammond, student, h 54 Church ^ 
Leas Miss Helen, h 26 E. Green 

Leas Mrs. Henrietta, grocery, 88 E. Main, h 28 Green gy 

Leas Wm. R. cooper, h 28 Green HH 
liCifert John C tobacconist and cigar mfr., 5 E. Main, h do 

(See adv) 
Lpgg Geo. T. miller, h 46 Liberty 
Leister Miss Anna B. h 28 Bond 
Leister Mrs. Mary, wid, dressmaker, h 28 Bond 

Leonard John, h 123 W. Main i. 

Livingston Mrs. W. F. wid, h 89 Liberty ^^ 
lieiviw Rf V. Dr. ThoiuaM H. (A. M. D. P.), pres. Western r^ 

Maryland College r*. 

Ijieillich Peter, prop. Mountain House, also bottler KJ 

Lindsey Mrs. Ephraim, wid, h 36 Liberty ^jrt 
Lingenfelter Petar, h 49 Pennsylvania av 
Lippy Granville, painter, h 111 Pennsylvania av 
Lippy Wm. H. lab, h 109 Pennsylvania av 

Little Florence, h 62 Court -^ 

Little Pias J. janitor Court House, h 62 Court C^ 

Little Geo. carpenter, 63 Liberty ^^ 

Little Geo. P. clerk, h 20 John j 
Lockard Carroll, h 157 E. Main 

Lockard Charles F. tinsmith, h Fair Ground Hill DO 

Lockfird Miss A. Gertrude, h 157 E. Main m 

Lockard James W. h E. Main C/3 

Logue Wm. h 77 W. Main — • 

Long Abraham, carpenter, h 8 Penn av — -^ 
Long Luther E. cigar maker, 8 Penn. av [Main p— 
Long Miss Mamie, saleslady, S. Kann, Sons & Co., h 119 W. ^^ 

Longwell John K. pres. Union Nat. Bank, h Longwell av i 

Longwell Miss Sallie, h Longwell av ^^ 

Lovell John, lab, h 18 George -^ 

Lovell William, h 18 George ^2 

Lowe Miss Rosa M. h 49 Union CD 
Lucabaugh Mrs. John, wid, h 72 Libertv 
Lynch C. Lloyd, h 39 Liberty 

Lynch Edward, (E, Lynch & Son), h 39 Liberty • o 

Lynch Edward C. trav. salesman, h 47 Liberty p 

Lynch E. & Son, lumber and coal, E. Main nr Depot ^ 

Lynch Miss Eliza, h 18 John » 

Lynch George F. farmer, h 39 Liberty ^ 

Lynch John J. drover, h 164 Pennsylvania av " 

Lynch M. John (E. Lynch & Son), h 43 Liberty W 

Lynch Thomas O. h 39 Liberty S 

McConkey John R. h 190 W. Main | 



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^■^ McConkRj Miss M^ria E. h 190 W. Main 

^^ McCnlliim William H. clerk, h 169 W. Main 

^ McDonald Miss Agnes, h 37 John 

V McDonalfl John, track hand, h 37 John 

i-j McDonald John, printer, h 37 John 

iii^ McDonald Miss Nannie, h 37 John 

^ McGirr Mrs. Maggie, wid, h 292 E. Main 

c^ Mcintosh John, trav. salesman, h 172 W. Main 

O McKellip Col. William A. lawyer, 223 E. Main, h City 
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'O McNeal Mrs. John A. dressmaker, 4:6 W, Main 
g Mackley Charles, clerk, h 269 E. Main 
J Mackley Emanuel, grocer, 273 and 275 E. Main, h 269 do 

Main M. Luther, organ agent, h 17 Carroll 

Malehorn Andrew J. carpenter, h 64 W. Main 

Malehorn Mrs. A. J. millinery, 62 W. Main, h 64 do 

Malehorn Miss Lucy, h 121 E. Green 

Malehorn Miss Jennie, h 64 W. Main 

Manning Mrs. Julia, wid, h 278 E. Main 
yr^ Manning Lewis P. huckster, h 278 E. Main 

c^ Manning Miss Mary V. select private school, Court, h 251 E. 
jT} Main 

Manning Kichard, sec'v and treas. Mut. Fire Ins. Co. of Carroll 
r\ County, 249 E. Main, h 251 do 

Marsh John,' prop Central Hotel, 169, 171 and 173 E. Main 

Marsh John W. clerk Central House, h do 

Martin Ernest, clerk, h 129 W. Main 

Martin Dr. George M. physician and surgeon, 193 E. Main h do 

Martin John R. record clerk at Court House, h 193 Main 

a Martin Mrs. Josiah 8. wid, h 129 W. Main 
Martin Miss Marv V. h 193 E. Main 
r . Martin Mrs. William N. wid, h 193 E. Main 
Massey Mrs. William, wid, h 33 Union 
Massicot James, painter, h 133 Penn av 
Mather George K. clerk, h 180 W. Main 
^^ Mather T. W. general mdse, 44 W, Main, h 180 do 

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Mathias Dr. John S. physician and surgeon, h 69 W. Main J^ 
Matthews George E. (Matthews & Myers), h 25 Park 

Matthews George W. justice of the peace, 17 E. Main, h 11 Park \jj 

Matthews R. Charles, auctioneer and bailiff, h 25 Park Hrf 

Matthews & Myers, wall paper, 45 E. Main ^^ 

Maulsby Col. William P. attorney-at-law, 141 E. Main, h 133 do fV 

Mehring Mrs. Rebecca, wid, h 193 E. Main ^ 

Mikesell Miss A. Maria, music teacher, h 45 W. Main <5 

Miller Charles R. lawyer and department register of wills at ^^ 

Court House, h 296 E. Main j^ 

Miller Miss Ella, h 296 E. Main ^ 

Miller Frank Z. (Frank Z. Miller & Co.), h Hotel Albion ^ 

Miller Frauk Z. & Co. gen'l mdse, 13 E. Main rJ^J 

Miller Fred D. dealer iu clothing, furnishing goods, boots, shoes KJ 

and hats, 12 Park hH 
Miller George A. equity clerk, Court House, h 19 N. Church 
Miller Geoige M. lab, h 152 Penn av 
Miller George VV. farmer, h 296 E. Main 

Miller Harry N. farmer, h 296 E. Main ^^ 

miller Isaae, prop. First National Restaurant, 19 E.Main,h do CJ 

Miller John F. clerk, h 296 E. Main Q 

Miller Leander, tailor, h John J 
Miller Miss Maggie, h 296 E. Main 

Miller Rev, P. H. pastor Grace Lutheran church, parsonage 23 ^ 

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Miller Thomas, farmer, h 296 E. Main 

Miller William E. h 296 E. Main g* 

Mitchell James A. hedge fence, h 131 E. Main ^ 

Mitten Mrs. Annie R. wid of Nelson, h 106 E. Main ^ 

Mitten Charles N. butcJier and market. 183 W. Main, h do Sa 

Mitten John, h 21 Park ^ 

Mitten John F. engineer, h 308 E. Main •— ^ 

mitten John H. manager American Sentinel, h 62 Liberty <— »- 

Mitten Morris, emp B. & O. R. R. h 21 Park ' ST 
Mitten Theodore, constable, h 21 Park 

Mitten William J. justice of the peace and farmer, h 21 Park 
Mobley Clarence, gasmaker, h Railroad 

Mobley Ed. S. plumber, h Railroad av OO 
Mobley Leander, h 48 John 
Mobley William H.lab, h 79 Penn. av 
Monath Mis. Ellie M. wid, h 30 College av 
Monathan Mrs. Henry, h 117 E. Green 

Mont our House, P. Liedlich, prop. 61 W. Main. (See adv) 
Moore Charles W. clerk, h 220 E. Main 
Moore Michael, h 30 College av 
Moore William, justice of the peace, office Court, h 220 E. Main 



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M Morelock Alfred B. painter, h 53 S. Church 
Morelock George F. school teacher, h 53 S. Church 
^ Morelock Henry E. h 34 W. Gieen 

• pH Morgan Charles L. moulder, h 95 Liberty [h 2 John 

'q Morningstar George W. groceries and queensware, 38 W. Main, 
Mr\ Morningstar Miss Ida May, h 2 John 
«g Mowerer Mrs. Lydia A. wid, h 69 Liberty 
Murphy John, market, 84 W. Main, h do 
Murray Misses Ella and Kate, h 270 E. Main 
rrt Murray Mrs. John, wid, h 8 W. Main 

^ Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Carroll Co., R. Manning sec. and 
G treas., 249 E. Main 

^ ■ x^yer Thomas R. (W. S. Myer k Bro.), Green c Liberty 
50 Myer W. S. «& Bro. (W. S. and Thomas R. Myer), proprs. 
^ Westminster Flouring Mill, Liberty and W. Green. (See 

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f^ Myer William S. (W. S. Myer & Bro.), h Baltimore 
H Myerly Jacob, retired farmer, h 87 Liberty 
^ Myerly Robert M. lab, 47 John 

Myers Alfred B. pump manuf, 26 College av, h do 
Myers Charles W. clerk, h 17 Belle Grove Park 
Myers David M. h 45 John 
^ Myers Frank T. (Mathews & Myers), h 17 Park 
^ Myers George, blacksmith, h Hotel Albion 
(2^ Myers Harry, lab, h 45 John 

Myers Jonathan, lab, h 45 John 
ri Myers Philip M. editor The Carrolltonian, h Myers' Mill rd 
-g Myers W. R. p. o. clerk, h 60 Court 
Yf\ Nelson Dr. Henry C. sec. and treas. Carrolltonian, h E. Green 

Nelson John W. groceries, 164 W. Main, h do 
j^-T Nichols Clayton, machinist, h 80 E. Main 
^-^ Nichols Seth, clerk, h E. Main 

Nickey Samuel H. Dat. medicine, h 55 Union 

Nilson John F. h 164 W. Main 

"T" Noel Mrs. Frank, wid, h 49 Union 

Noel Miss Kitty S. telephone operator, h 25 W. Main 
j — Ogg Miss Emily, h 77 W. Main 
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Ohler Andrew M. lab, h 266 E. Green 
Ohler John, lab, h 266 E. Green 
Orndorff Miss Belle, h 76 W. Main 
Orndorff Clarence G. h 76 W. Main 

Orndorff Elmer T. clerk, h 76 W. Main Main] 

Orndorff John T. dry goods, &c., 20 and 22 E. Main, h 76 W. P 
Orndorff Frank H. h 156 E. Main P 

Orndorff Miss Hattie, h 13 John (JQ 

Orndorff Pias, painter, h 13 John CD 

Oursler Elias W. brickraaker, h 258 E. Main ^ 

Oursler Harry K. brickmaker, h 268 E. Green ^^ 

Oursler Miss Margaret R. h 258 E. Main ^ 

Oursler William, h 258 E. Main 

Painter William H. lab, h 14 Foundry ^^ 

Parke Abner, h 22 Court Q 

Parke Francis N. law student, h 22 Court ^ 

Parke George M. clerk, Balto, h 22 Court [House, h 22 Court 
Parke Joseph M. lawyer and tet^tamentary solicitor at Court p 
Parker Nicholas, cook, h d'd Union ^ -^ 

Peaue Miss Frances, h 15 Carroll Cn^ 

Pearson Mrs. Isaac E. wid, h 206 E. Main 5^ 

Peffer Levi, painter, h 96 W. Main -^ 

Pool Henry, medicine mauuf, h 18 Centre ,^ 

Powell John, lab, h 288 E. Green g 

Powell Theodore, coachmau, h Washington ^^ 

Price Abram, clerk, h 55 Liberty M 

Price Mrs. Louisa, wid, h 101 Liberty 

Pruder Miss Christie, milliner, h 12 Peun av 
Queen Crofford L. student, h 173 W Main 

Ransom William, wood cutter, h Charles u^ 

Reaver Upton L. boots and shoes, hats and caps, 4 E. Main, h 3^ 
288 E. Main ''^ 

Reese Eugene, h 290 E. Main 

Reese Itev. James W., A. M., Ph. D. prof, ancient languages and -.. 
literature, Western Maryland College, h 206 E. Main ^ 

Reese Thomas E. bank clerk, h 16 Peun av 

Reese John J. gen. mdse. 294 E. Main, h 295 do 

Reese Miss Mary C. h 290 E. Main 

Reese Orlando, asst. county school examiner, h 289 E. Main 

Reese Miss Rosa, h 290 E. Main 

Reese Vernon, clerk, h 290 E. Main <rK 

Reese William D. clerk, h 290 E. Main 

Reid Rev. Charles A. h 108 E. Main 

Reifsnider Charles T. (Reifsnider & Reifsnider), h 230 E. Main O 

Reifsnider John L. office 4^ Penn av,h Terrace Hill, 207 VV. Maiu »^ 

Reifsnider J. Milton (Reifsnider & Reifsnider), h 196 E. Green CD 

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O Reifsnider & Reifsnider, lawyers, 232 E. Main 

w5 Rickell Adam, mason contractor, h 9 George 

V Rickell John E. farmer, h 9 George 

^ Rickell William P. mason, h 73 Liberty 

)-H Rinehart Henry, h Liberty bey limits 

•^ Rinehart J< remiah, h 16 Pennsylvania av 

o Rinehart Thomas F., A. M.,B. M. prof, instrumental music,West- 



a ern Maryland College, h 184 W. Main 

I ^ Rinehart William G. tax collector, h 179 W. Main 
^^ Rinker James P. fruit tree agent, h 84 E. Main 
;^ Rippard Mrs.Emily J.proprietressAmericanSentinel,h 134E.Main 
Tj* Roberts Hou. Charles B. Judge Circuit Court, also vice- 
pres. Farmers and Mechanics Nat. Bank, 34 Court, h 36 do 



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Roberts H. S. & Co. fertilizer mfr, Green c Market 
'r'i Robert* Johu M. (Clabaugh & Roberts), h E. Green 
^ Robinson Miss Sallie, h 48 W! Main 

Roop Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 224 E. Main 
Roop Harry S. trav. salesman, also florist, h 169 W. Main 
c/3 Roop Miss Mary C. h 224 E. Main 

^ Roop Samuel, pres. Carrolltonian Publishing Co., also H S. 
S Roberts & Co. h Meadow Branch Pike 

3 Roop Miss Sallie F. h 224 E. Main 
^ Royer John T. music teacher, h 178 W. Main 
fl Royer Ralph J. clerk, h 43 E. Main 
•^ Royer Mrs. SaUie, wid, h 43 E. Main 
^ Rush Arthur H. cigarmaker, h 62 E. Main 
O Rush George W. cigarmaker, h 62 E. Main 
^ Sanford Mrs. Ann E. wid, h 191 W. Main 
"^ Sanford Francis D. painter, h 191 W. Main 
$H Say lor Miss Annie E. h 65 W. Main 
C3 Saylor Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h 65 W. Main 
O Saylor Miss Flora G. h 65 W. Main 

hri Saylor Miss Georgie M. h 65 W. Main [do 

^^ Saylor John B. bakery and confectionery, 63 and 65 W. Main, h 
+3 Schaeffer Charles (H. S. Roberts & Co.), h 61 Penn av 
^ Schaeffer Clarence, emp Thompson's livery, h 48 W. Main 

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Schaeffer H. F. teller Farmers and Mechanics Nat. Bank, h 105 

E. Main 
Schaeffer Harry K. cigar mfr. h 139 Penn av 
Schaeffer Jacob, h 57 Pennsylvania av 
Schaeffer Milton, (M. Schaeffer & Co.), h 34 Liberty 
Schaeffer M. & Co. hardware, stoves, etc. 18 W. Main 
Schaeffer Noah, h 100 W. Main 

Schneeberger Morris, clerk fS. Kann, Sons& Co.), h Hotel Albion 
Schweigert Francis, lab, h 69 Liberty 
Scrivnor Mis. C. Joshua, wid, h 265 E. Main 
Seabrook Wilham L. W. editor Sentinel, h 130 E. Main 
Shaeffer Frank T. plumber, h 143 Pennsylvania av 
Shaeffer George, h 105 Pennsylvania av 
Shaeffer Harry K. cigarmaker, h 139 Pennsylvania av 
Shaeffer Leonard, plumber, h 143 Penn av 
Shaeffer Miss Kat^, h 224 E. Main 
Shaeffer Wm. H. c^irpenter, h 143 Pennsylvania av 
Sharrer BroM. (George E. and Jesse C), merchant tailors and 

clothiers, 29 E. Main. (S.-e adv) 
Sharrer Francis A. (F. A. Sharrer & Son), h 298 E. Main 
Sharrer Francis C. (F. A. Sharrer & Son), h 298 E. Main 




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2 Ij Sharrer F. A. <fe Son, (Francis A. and Francis C.) furniture 

. h2 dealers and undertakers, 300 E. Main. 

'^ Sharrer George E. (Sharrer & Bros.), also postmaster, 
^ h 51 W. Main W. [Main 

bS) » harrer Jesse V, (Sharrer Bros.), also asst. postmaster, h 47 
C Sharrer Miss Nellie, h 298 E. Main 
't: Shaw Frauk M. h 157 E. Main 

Shaw Hon. Frank T. State tax collector, h 187 E. Main 
Sheeler Edward, h 80 Pennsylvania av 
^ Sheeler Joseph W. telegrapher, W. M. E. R. h 80 Penn av 
^ Sheeler J. mason, h 80 Pennsylvauia a^ 

Sheeler Miss Kate, saleslady, S. Kann, Sons & Co. h 80 Penn av 
Sheen Columbus, lab, h Charles 
^ Shellman Mrs. C. J. wid, h 206 E. Main 
{5J3 Shellman James M. printer, h 206 E. Main 
C Shellman Miss Mary B. h 206 E. Main 

Sherman Geo. W. h 12 Pennsylvania av 
g Sherman John, shoemaker, h 81 Pennsylvania av 
j3 Sherman Mrs. K. L. millinery and fancy goods, 10 Pennsylvania 
av, h 12 do 
Shew Samuel H. shoemaker, E. Main, h Bishop 
tj) Shipley Mrs. Catharine, wid, h 67 E. Main 
C Shipley Alexander, farmer, h 140 VV. Main 
•n Shipley Dr. D. F. physician, 170 E. Main, h 172 do 
^ Shipley Edwin, blacksmithing, E. Main c Washington rd, h do 
f-r Shipley Miss Essie, h 67 E. Main 

Shipley Frank, trav. salesman, h 67 E. Main 
.t^ Shipley Frank A. blacksmith, E. Main, h 2 Washington rd 
<I^ Shipley Mrs. F. F. millinery, 67 E. Main, h do 
^_j Shipley Francis L. retired farmer, 297 E. Main 
O Shipley Mrs. Nathaniel, wid, h 15 Carroll 
PC Shipley Samuel H. post office clerk, h 122 Green 

,, Shoemaker Miss Alge, h 74 Liberty 
^^ Shorb Miss Julia, music teacher, h 54 E. Main 
2 Shreeve Mrs. Eliza, wid, h 155 E. Main 

Ph Shreeve Henry, h City Hotel [147 do 

^H Shreeve Jesse F. blacksmith and wagon maker, 151 W. Main, h 
JzJ Shreeve Joseph E. grocer, 85 Penn av. h 83 do 
W Shriner Daniel F. h 178 E. Main 
M Shriver Miss Anna, h 190 E. Main 
'^ Shriver B. F. & Co., fruit and vegetable canners. Liberty 

H Shriver Francis, sec. and treas. Balto Co. Mutual Ins. Co., h 146 
W. Main 
Qy Shriver D. Keener, travelling salesman, h 190 E. Green 
Shriver Henry, h 146 W. Main 
Shriver James, insurance agent, 14 Liberty, h Hotel Albion 



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Shriver Miss Mollie, h 190 E. Main 

Sliugh Ezra, meat market, 14 W. Main, h 32 Green 

Shugb John H. butcher, h 60 E. Main 

iSlinnk J. Walter, harness manfr. 33 E. Main, h 83 W. Main 



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Shunk J. G. trav. salesman, h 83 W. Maiu 

8hunk Samuel, h 29 W. Gieeu 

Sides Mrs. Rachel, wid, h 7 Union 

Simondson Israel M. wheelwrij^ht, h 317 E. Main 

Simpson Henry, driver, h Alley 

Simpson Rev. Shadrach, A. M., Prof, natural science and French, 

Western Maryhmd College, h 18 College av 
Singer Mf'g Co., m E. Main 

Sinnott Miss Mary and Miss Alice, dressmakers, 14 John 
Sinnott John, lab, h 14 John 
Sinnott Thomas, section foreman, h 14 John 
Sinnott William, section hand, h 14 John 

Sixx George A. carpenter, h 27 E. Green [Bond 

Slagle Rev. Calvin S. pastor Reformed church, parsonage 15 
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th Arthur r. 250 E. Main 
th Eliza J. h 193 E. Main 
th Ephraim, lamp lighter, W. Charles 
th E. Gehn, clerk, h 36 W. Main 
til James E. insaiance Court, 255 E, Main 
th Mrs. John E. wid, h 250 E. Main 
th J. Q. H. trav. salesman, h 166 E. Main 
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Smith Miss Winifred, h 250 E. Main 

Smith Miss Mary E. h 151 E. Main 

Smith, Yingling & Co. fruit and vegetable canners, Railroad 

Suowden Mrs. Georgiana, h 170 Penns^'lvauia av 

Snyder Miss Alice, tailoress, h 99 W. Main 

Snyder Daniel, cigar maker, h 110 Pennsylvania av 

Snyder John, pool room, Hotel Albion, h do 

Snyder Thom 'S, h 18 John 

Spriggs Upton, lab, h Union 

Springer Harry A. cooper, h 40 Carroll 

Squirrell Elias, hod carrier, h 5 Union 

Squirrell Noah, hod carrier, h 5 Union 

Stansbury George, bartender, h John 

Stansbury Mrs. Matilda, h John 

Stansburj' William, clerk, h Hotel Albion 

Stauton Miss Ella, h 20 George 

Stanton William, cooper, h 20 George 



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Starr Mrs. M. G. wid, h 53 W. Main 

Starr William H. sec. and treas. Westminster Sav. Bank, h cor 

Main and Bond 
Steele William, h 58 Pennsylvania av 
Steffey John M. woodworiier, 57 Liberty 
Stem Mrs. Eliza, wid, h 310 E. Main 
Stem Harry, bartender, li Green 
Stem Jacob E. plasterer, li 86 W. Main 
Stem John A. cigar maker, h Green c Church 
Stephan Mrs. Mary A. vvid, h 15 John 
Stephan Snyder D. student, h 15 John 
Stephan William C. clerk, h 15 John 
Stewart Charles E. railroad contractor, h 154 Green 
Stitcher John G. jr., bricklayer, h 242 E. Main 
Stitely Misses Fannie and Annie, 41 W. Main 
Stitely JoMiah Q. (J. Q. Stitely & Son), h 41 W. Main 
Stitely J. Q. <& ISou, agricultural implements, machinery, 

&c., 13 Liberty. (See adv) 



J. Q. STITELY. 



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Wood-Burnt and Agricultural 
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Stitely Luther C. clerk, h 41 W. Main 

Stitely Oliver B. (J. Q. Stitely & Son), h Memphis, Tenn. 



J. C. DAYHOFF & GO. 



Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 
Md. LUMBEK. Has unexcelled facili- 
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Office, East Main Street, near City Hotel, WiiSTMlNSTEK, MD. 

fStoeksdale George Lt. attoraej-;it-law. E. Main nr City 

Hotel. (Hee adv) 
Stone SHinnelJ. mason, h 30 Carroll 
Stone William H. lime burner, b 268 E. Green 
Stone Miss Lucinda, b 61 Cburcb 
Stoner James, clerk, b Littletown Pike 
Stoner Miss Maria, h 155 W, Main 
Stoner Samuel C. insurance, 99 W. Main, h do 
Stoner David, pres. Board County Commissioners, b 146 E.Main 
Stonesifer Addison, lab, b 45 Penn av 
Stonesifer Cb;irles, shoemaker, h 251 Green 
Stonesifer Joseph, shoemaker, h 14 Foundry av 
Stonesifer William A. carpenter, b 118 Penn av 
Storde Miss Amanda, b 155 E. Main 
Stoucb Miss Allie M. b 69 Pennsylvania av 
Stouch Charles M. coach painter, h 69 Pennsylvania av 
Stoucb George, agent Deering Mfg. Co. b 69 Pennsylvania av 
Stoucb Josepli, printer, b 92 I'ennsylvania av 
Sitrasbiirger A. C wines and liquors, wholesale and retail, 73 

E. Main, b 71 do. (See adv) 



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Dealer in Imported and Domestic 




Pure Rye and Old Bourbon Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Port and Sherry Wines. 

Jobber in Cigars and Tobacco. 

All Kindis of Raw FurM Bou|;;Iit and ^old. 
73 EAST MAIN STREET, - - WESTMINSTER, MD. 

Strouse Addison M. editor and prop. Self Educator, 88 E. Main 

Strouse Rufus, carpenter, b 72 Penn av 

Stubirger Miss Lue, h 23 Carroll 

Stultz Charles, lab, h 78 Liberty 

Sullivan George W. school teacher, h 161 W. Main 



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Sullivan William, printer, h 161 W. Main M 

Swartzbaugh Charles, h Webster ^^ 
Swartzbaugh John W. h 134 Pennsylvania av 
Swartzbaugh Milton, lab, h Webster 
Swinderman Cha)les T. clerk, h Carrol! 

Sjcles Mrs. George, h 57 Union P 

Taggart Mrs. Rachel, h Charles ' ^ 

Taihelm McKibbon, barber, h 174 E. Main OQ 

Taylor Mrs. E. h I'zOE. Main CD 

Taylor Joseph H. h 120 E Main "^ 
Th'ayer Miss Mary, h 213 E. Main 
Thayer Mrs. Catherine, wid, h 213 E. Main 
Thomas William B. banker and broker, 81 and 83 E. Main, h do ^.^ 
Tlioiiia« William H. attorney-at-law, 190 E. Main, h 173 Cj 

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Thompson Miss Fannie B. h 48 W. Main 

Thompson John T. saloon, h 93 Pennsylvania av 

Thomson Miss Lizzie, h 48 W. Main i^ 

Tliouisou Harry, foreman Thomson stable, h 13 John ^ 

Tlioinsou Jacob, livery, sale and exchange stable, 9 John, h ^ 

48 W. Main. (See adv) ,__^ 
Timmins Mrs. Agnes, h 84 W. Main 
Timmins Miss E. A. dressmaker, h 84 W. Main 
Timmins William B. h lOiJ W. Main 
Togg M. II. h 37 John 

Trumbo Lewis C. justice of the peace, h 244 E. Main *^ 

Trumbo Misses Pauline and Ada, h 214 E. Main 5£ 
Turfle Charles, farmer, h 319 E. Main 

Turfle George, farmer, b 319 E. Main M 

Turfle Harry, farmer, h 319 E. Main ^^ 
Turfln Thomas, farmer, h 319 E. Main 

Tyl«-r W. Frank, mgr. City Hotel, h 50 Liberty <rh 

Union National Bank, J. K. Longwell, pres,; J. VV. Hering, cash- K' 

ier, capital $100,000, 111 E. Main P 

Utz Jehu, Adams expressman, h 91 Liberty O 

Utz John G. wheelwright, h 145 E. Main [E. M^in *^ 

Vanderford Bros, editors and publishers, Democratic Advocate, CD 

JP flAVUnrC Q P/l Near B. & O. Depot. Haj^erstown, 00 

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competent drivers. Boarding and feeding. Parties taken to any 

part of the adjoining country. Carriages furnished for 

Weddings or Funerals a specialty. 



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Vanderford Charles H. (Vauderford Bros.) b 174 E. Green 

Vauderford Henry, h 233 E. Maiu 

Vanderford Wm. H. (Vanderford Bros.) h 233 E. Main 

Van Fosseti Bnrnett, cigMnnaker, h John 

Van Fosseu Eldred, coachmaker, h .John 

Van Stavrin Mrs. Annie L. h 8 W. Main 

Van Horn John W. supt. h 24 W. Gre^n 

Vollinger Miss Hattie, h 146 E. Main 

Vollinger Joseph, h 14(i E. Main 

Waesche Joseph A. stationery and toys, h 142 E. Main 

Wagner John, h 287 E. Main' 

Wagoner Elijah, machinist, h 99 W. Main 

Wagoner Frederick A. h 9L Pennsylvania av 

Wagoner Mrs. Mary A. wid, h 44 Fenn av 

Walch Rev. John L. pastor M. E. Church, h 162 E. Main 

Walker Mrs. J. H. vvxl. h 184 W. Main 

Walsh Michael E. lawyer, h 11 Court 

Waltman Mrs. Ellen, wid, h 142 E. Main 

Wampler Miss Carrie P. h 257 E. Main 

Wampler Charles L. h 257 E. Main 



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Men's Furnishings, 

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GROCEFflES, Etc. 

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W. Main, li do. (See adv) " 

Wampler Miss Lizzie I. h 257 E. Main 

Wampler William A. surveyor, h 257 E. Main [101 do 

Wantz Charles V. tobacconist and cigar manfr, 25 E. Main, b 

Wantz Miss Lula H. h 8 W. Main 

Ward Rev. James T., D. D., prof, mental and moral science, 
Western Maryland College, h 188 Pennsylvania av 

Warfield Daniel P. barber, 17 Penn av, h rear 153 W. Main 

Warfield Perrv. waiter, h Charles 

W^areheimer Miss Laura V. tailoress, h 69 Liberty 

Warner Miss Annie C. h 169 W. Main 

Warner A. Miles, agent, 169 W. Main 

Waruer Henry, h 169 W. Main 

Weant Edward O. law student, h 150 E. Main 

Weaver Miss Fannie, h 28 Park 

Weaver James E. harness-maker, 116 E. Main, h do 

Weaver Simon, teacher, h 24 Penn av 

Webster Charles W. lawyer, h 74 Liberty 

Webster Thomas, bill poster, h 45 Green 

Weeks Miss Elizabeth, h 67 W. Main 

Weeks Harry E. bookkeeper, h 67 W. Main 

Weeks Thomas, boot and shoe manfr, 67 W. Main, h do 

Wells Dr. E. D. physician & surgeon, 39 E. Main, h Hotel Albion 

Weutz Allen H. jeweler, 51 E. Main, h 25 W. Main 

Western iflar.iland College, for both sexes, in separate de- 
partments. Rev. Thomas H. Lewis, pres. W^. Main and 
College av [cor. Liberty and W. Green 

WcKtinin.«iter Flouring iflillN, W. S. Myer & Bro., proprs, 

Westminster Gas Light Co., John L. Reifsnider, pres. J. H. Cun- 
ningham, sec. and treas., office Farmers and Mechanics 
National Bank [Main 

Westminster Savings Bank, W. H. Starr, sec. and treas., 39 W. 

Wheeler John J, shoemaker, h 296 Green 



J. G. DATHOFF & CO. 



Manufacturers & dealers in 
Doors, Blinds and Mouldings 
every description. 
Near the Baltimore and Ohio Depot, BAGERSTOWN, MD. 



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All Kinds of Grains. 



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White W. H. physician, 101 West Main, h do i^ 

Whitemore Emanuel D. clerk, h 26 W. Green 

Whitmore Mrs. Kebecca, wid Samuel D. h 47 John Qg 

Whitter David G. clerk, h 47 E. Main M 

Wickert S. Carl, restaurant, 161 E. Main, h 163 do *"* 

Wickert Miss Mollie E. h 163 E. Main 

Wilderson Samuel W. h74 Court 

Wilhide John, lab, h 27 S. Church 

Wilhide Mrs. Julia A. wid, h 19 8 Church 

Williams Jesse N. farmer, h 45 Liberty 

Wilson Alva Z. telegrapher, h 25 W. Main ^ _ [E. Main ^ 

Wilson Henry I. bookkeeper, Westminster Flouring Mills, h 289 ^^ 

Wilson Jacob, h 10 W. Main J+j 

Wilson Mrs. M. E. confectionery and notions, 10 and 12 W. Main H 

Wilson Simon P. gardener, h Washington rd h^ 

Wilson Mrs. William, wid, h 19 W. Green *^ 

Wilson William A. clerk, h 19 W. Green 

Wilson William T. groceries and agricultural implements, 28 W. 

Main, h 36 Liberty ^^ 

Wimert Jacob, blacksmith, h 75 Pennsylvania av Cj 

Wimert Luther E. clerk, h 75 Penn av ^^ 

Wimert Mrs. Sarah, wid, h 75 Pennsylvania av i 
Witter Joseph, clerk, h 25 William 

Wohlgemuth Jacob P. bakery, 241 and 243 E. Main, h do OO 

Woodrow Mrs. E. wid, h 65 TJnion CD 

Woodward Mrs. M. E. wid, h 65 Union S5- 
Woodyard Jonas, lab, h 21 Union 

Woodyard Nathan, lab, h 21 Union ^S 

Woodyard Reuben, woodsawyer, h 14 Union g|> 
Worley Mrs. Martha, wid, h 121 E. Green 

Yautis George B. propr. Hotel Albion [Liberty 
Yingling Austin H. supt. Smith, Tingling & Co. canners, h 53 ^^ 

Yingling Daniel C. emp tannery, h Webster ^~ 

Yingling Ezra J. carpenter, h 15 George »-»• 

Yingling George E. coach trimmer, h 80 Liberty Z!^. 

Yingling Miss Gertrude B. h 14 Carroll ^^ 

Yingling Grant, cigars, 95 W. Main, h 15 George ^^ 

Yingling Horace, machinist, h 80 Liberty h* 

YingUng Miss Ida C. h 14 Carroll J 

Yingling John H. coach trimmer, h 80 Liberty « 

Yingling Jeremiah, h 60 E. Main ^ 

Yingling J. Murray, auctioneer, h E. Green c Bishop g 

Yingling Miss Maria L. h 122 Green ' '* 
Yingling Miss Nellie, h 80 Liberty 

Yingling Miss Nettie, h Green c Alms House la g 

Yingling Pjus, tinsmith, h 10 Pennsylvania av S 






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Near B. & O. Depot, Hag^erstown, 

Md. L.ITMBKR. Lath, Lime. Cement, 
Sash, Dooi 8, Blinds, Mouldings, 

Glass, Patty and BailderB' Hardware. 



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SAM L FEAST & SONS, 

228 North Charles St., 

BALTIMORE, Md 

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P^ Tingling Saranel K. painter h 282 Green 
bj Yin<jling "William H. h 88 Pennsylvania av 
^. < Zahn Mrs. Edwin L. wid, h 137 E. Main 
^ Zahn George A. carpenter, h 21 S. Church 
-* Zahn John T. boots and shoes, 203 E. Main, h 323 do 
^ Zahn Miss Rose M. dressmaker, h 21 S. Church 

Zeiidgraft George, messenger, P. O. h 108 Penn av 

Zendgraft John A shoemaker, 108 Pennsylvania av, h do 
C^S Zecdgraft John L. machinist, h 89 Penn av 

Zepp Mrs. David, wid, h 117 W. Main 

Zepp Ezra, grocer, 15 Pennsylvania av, h 107 W. Main 

Zepp Edward F. harnessmaker, h 117 W. Main 

Zepp George M. grocer, 111 W. Main, h do 

Zepp Miss Jennie V. h 117 W. Main 
03 Zepp Joseph D. druggist, 4 Penn av, h 115 W. Main. (See ad) 

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^ Zepp Dr. Leonard, physician and surgeon, h 270 E. Main 

O Zepp L. h nr Webster 

O Zepp Theodore, lab, h Manchester rd 

PCj Zepp Thomas, clerk, (S. Kann, Sons & Co.), h 20 E. Green 
Zepp William H. H. harnessmaker, 113 W. Main, h 115 do 

d Zepp Walter, salesman, h 20 E. Green 

'^ Zepp William, h 20 E. Green 

tr^ Zieber Israel, street commisioner, h 3 John 



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Zile Daniel M. h 147 Pennsylvania av 

Zile Horatio, clerk, h 147 Penn av 

Zile John T. carpenter, h 317 E. Main 

Zile William H. farmer, h 89 Pennsylvania av 

Zimmerman Rev. A. H., Methodist clergyman, h Bond 

Zimmerman Noah, lab, h 57 Union 



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Anderfuhrm Louis, farmer ^^ 

Baer James S. foreman tannery, postmaster and ticket agent hw 

Berwagger Augusta, farmer j^ 

Bowman Josaph, lab d^ 

Ca^iSiell Charles P. bookkeeper tannery ^\ 

England & Bryan, sole leather tannery r^ 

Green J. Thomas, farmer Ki 

Green Lewis, farmer hri 

Kelly Edward, farmer 
Kreiger Charles 
Nygeren N. G. farmer 
Reuther Frederick, farmer 
Sharp Henry, farmer 



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Arbaugh Charles, carpenter 

Croft Benjamin, farmer ^^ 

CuUison John, lab M 



Drexel Andrew, farmer and rolling mill 

Ebaug Jeremiah, carpenter 

Evans Joseph, shoemaker 

Harple Philip, lab |^ 

Houch Elias M. farmer ^_^ 

Koons Edward, miller |v>j 

Tiippo Elijah, farmer 

McGee Jesse, carpenter 

Valentine Calvin C. lab 

Van Duzer Edward G. tinner ji* 

Ubler John, farmer J5h 

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^! Abbott David, section foreman 

^ *5 Arbangh Jesse, lab 
■^ Armicost Cornelius R. farmer 
Baker Nelson, lab 
Beam James P. farmer 
Blizzard E. N. farmer 
^ •" Blizzard Peter, farmer 
JT' Blizzard William, farmer and auctioneer 
jj^ Blizzard Zechariah, lab 

Bush Jabez A. surveyor and conveyancer 
Chew Calvin R. clerk 
^ Chew John A. farmer 
PC^ Chew Samuel, shoemaker 

CuUison John, lab 
^ Davidson John, farmer 
1^ Davidson Joseph, farmer 
Q Elsrode Jeremiah, farmer 
Evans John, shoemaker 
Fanwell Jeremiah, quarryman 
Flater John N. farmer 

a Plater William, lab 
Goswell Mrs. Alfred, wid 

O Goswell John, lab 
^ Holbrook Henry, farmer 

flj Harman John C. farmer 
fc.^ Hull John D. farmer 
Kl Kilbo Alfred, lab 
•^ Kilbo Frank, lab 
o Kilbo Samuel, lab 
-g^ Knox K. K. teacher, 
^*^ Leppo Jacob M. farmer 
< Leppo Joseph, farmer 
r * Leppo Lewis J . farmer 
"w Leppo William N. lab 

H Marsh Rev. J. T. pastor M. E. church 

^ Mrtrtin William A. farmer 
J2j Mumough A. Jackson, farmer 
pl^ Osier A. Filmore, farmer 

Osier Ezeriah, farmer 
•+^ Osier John W. huckster [merchandise 

^ Richartlei William It. station agent, postmaster and general 

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Rush Ernest, farmer }r 

Selby Rev. L. H. pastor Church of God 

Shamer George L. lab Qd 

Silven Patrick, farmer HH 

Snyder Frank, farmer 

Spencer Charles, farmer 

Spencer George, farmer 

Spencer James, farmer 

Sprinkle John, farmer 

Stansbury Samuel, hotel ^_. 

Staub Rev. J. A. Church of God I^ 

Stull George, farmer ^J^ 

Stull John, farmer 7^ 

Taylor Charles, farmer EJ 

Taylor Edward, lab hri 

Taylor Elijah, farmer 

Taylor George, huckster 

Taylor Irwin, lab 

Taylor James W. butcher 

Taylor Jesse, farmer 

Taylor John, farmer ^^ 

Taylor John H. farmer J 

Taylor Nowell W. farmer 

Taylor William, huckster 

Tracy James T. farmer a. ^ 

Uhler George W. farmer 

Uhler Oliver, lab 

Uhler William, farmer 

Wampler Atley, farmer 

Wampler Mrs. James, wid, farm 

Weaver Alfred, lab 

Weaver George, lab «^ 

Weller Jacob, huckster ^^ 






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Williams Charles, farmer 

Williams John, fruit tree agent — * 

Wisner Lewis H. farmer hO 

Wisner Samuel N. lab p^ 

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Armicost Mrs. Jennie, Finksburg 5£_ 

Baker George, lab, Finksburg CT. 

Baxter William, blacksmith, p. o. Finksburg 3 

Bay Nathan, farmer, Finksburg O 

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I Wl UnlllUII IXI UUl Hash, Doors, Blinds. Mouldings, C/-^ 

Glass, Putty and Builders' Hardware. • 



Choice Gut CHRYSANTHEMUMS 



in Season our SPECIALTY 
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^ X Bond Wesley, farmer, LaMotte 
h9 Caple Jacob W. farmer, Finksburg 
2<! Caple Joseph C. firmer, LaMotte 
• '^ Crapster John, stonemason, Finksburg 
"' Crapster William A. lab, Finksburg 

Demoss Thomas, farmer, Finksburg 

> -g Dorsey John C. farmer, Finksburg 

^-S Ely Hugh, marketman, Finksburg 

-j^g Ensor William, farmer, La Motte 

Frazier Mrs. Dauiel, wid, Finksburg 

Frazier George, farmer, Finksburg 

Fuss Absalom, marketman, Finksburg 

Giddings James C. farmer, Finksburg 

Gill Harry, lab, Finksburg 

Gist John W. farmer. La Motte 

Gorsuch William, tray, salesman, Finksburg 

Hahn Daniel, gen'l merchandise, Finksburg 

Hall Francis M. farmer, La Motte 

Hering Frank L. flour and saw mill, Finksburj.^ 
^ Horner George W. gen'l merchandise, also postmaster, Finksburg 
r^ Ireland Thomas M. farmer, Finksburg 
J2 Ki^S Daniel, farmer, Finksburg 

OLa Motte Herschel F. postmaster and general store, La Motte 
Leister Abraham, farmer, Finksburg 
(P Leister Marion C. farmer, Finksburg 

aMcCready Rev. pastor M. P. Church 
Martin John, farmer. La Motte 
O Moore Dr. C. L. physician, Finksburg 
^ Phillips Benjamin, lab, La Motte 
Q Power Edward N. clerk, La Motte 
Ji^ Shipley Joseph, farmer, Finksburg 
1^ Shipley Robert, farmer, Finksburg 

Stockdale Louis H. farmer, La Motte 
^ Stockdale Stephen B. farmer, Finksburg 
-g^ Swartz William, gen'l merchandise, Finksburg 
§;"^ Uhler George W. farmer. La Motte 
Woods Peter, ex-sheriff, Finksburg 
Zepp J. Wesley, farmer. La Motte 



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^^ A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 

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Agle Joseph, farmer ^*j 

Bennett F. W. farmer ^ 

Blakely Edward, farmer 1^ 

Blizzard John, farmer ^ 

Bond Benjamin, farmer ^ 

Bond Benjamin B. farmer e^ 

Bond Wesley, farmer ^ 

Callahan Thomas, farmer OQ 

Carr Silas, farmer CD 

Carr Thomas, farmer ^ 
Crawford Dr. Benton, physician 
Frank George, farmer 
Frank George, farmer 
Gray J. Joseph, farmer 
Harrison Charles, lab 

Hollii^giiworfli Carter €. station agent W. M. R. R. also "* 

postmaster and gen. store ^ 

Ireland B. (3. huckster ;> 

King Daniel, farmer 2^ 

LaMotte FrMnklin, farmer ^tr* 

LaMotte John, farmer ^d 

Linton Joseph fQ 

Lisle Mrs. Annie C. ^ W 

Martin Mrs. Henry, wid f=irm ^oT 

Myers Daniel, farmer ^ 

Power John, farmer i» 
Power Mrs, John, jr. wid, farm 

Shipley Joseph, farmer tT 

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A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, ^3 
distant 21 miles from Baltimore, and 72 miles from Williamsport. 

Agle James, farmer pq 

Bentley Lewis, lab I--J 

Bryan William, lab 

Codley William, lab 

Cox Henry and Uriah, farmers 

Dawson Lewis, farmer O 

Ducker George, farmer ^ 

Eckhardt Louis C. tanner ^ 

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228 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 
Telephone, 1963. 



5 248 GLEN MORRIS — EMORY GROVE — GLYNDON DIRECTORY. 



2 Ellison George, shoemaker 

i^ Hintermesche Otto, lab 

^ Kelbangh James, lab 

^ Kelbaugb William, lab 
j"r Kemp Dr. J. Mc, physician 

Kemp J. Edwin, farmer 
§ Miliigan Charles and Ephriam, farmers 
I Nay lor Theodore, farmer 
o J" Neel John, farmer 

. ^ Neel Joseph, farmer 
^ Tase Walter, clerk 
^ Thomas Charles, lab 
• Tinkler John E. farmer 

^ Turner William, lab 
"^ Whiteford John, farmer 
'^j Whiteford William M. dairyman 

dJ Williams Samuel, lab 

.^ Zouck FrankliD H. (Glen Moris Flint Co.) 

Zouck Peter O. ticket agent, general store and post master 



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C^ A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
^ distant 20^ miles from Baltimore and 72^ miles from Williams- 

t^ port. A junction is formed here with the Baltimore and Harris- 
burg Division for Hanover, Gettysburg and intermediate stations. 
The Emory Grove camp meeting grounds are located at this 
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,G Herbert William, engineer 
oj Kilbaugh James 
'^ Metz Edward, engine cleaner 

^ GLYNDON, 

^ BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 

^ A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 

hH distant 20 miles from Baltimore and 72 miles from Williamsport. 

'^ Glyndon is a beautiful village and is a popular Summer resort. 

-4iJ The railway depot for Rasterstown, only half a mile distant, is 

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Allender Kichard, fence builder 

Allender Wm. lab 

Arnold Mrs. Mary, wid 

Arnold T. Reese, Custom House, Balto 

Atkinson W. Q. fertilizers, Baltimore 

Bachman G. D. barber 

Barnes J. W. wheelwright 

Berryman Upton, painter 

Bayne Charles, timber dealer 

Bellows Geo. R. editor 

Bishop Thomas, telegraph operator 

Bishop W. G. com. merchant, Balto 

Burns Wm. farmer 

Caples Miss Rosalie, teacher 

Chenowith Wm. pump and shoemaker 

Davis Charles, sec. hand 

Davis M. R. architect 

Dyer Jfliss A. M. station and exp. agt, and tel. operator 

Oyer John J. asst. station agent, telegraph operator 

Dyer Patrick, brick mfr. and farmer 

Eck Joseph, shoemaker 

THOS. F. GOODWIN, 

GLYNDON 

Livery, Sale & Exchange Stables 




Buggies, Surreys, Daytons and Heavy Wagons. Single or Double Teams at Short Notice, 

SPECIAL RATES TO DRUMMERS AND COMMERCIAL BOARDERS. 

HoBSES Boarded by the Day. Week oe Month. Office at the Stable. 

Telephone Call, Glyndon, 1-2. 

Safe Riding and Driving Horses for Ladies. Fonr-horse Coach for Picnics, Etc. We are in no 

way connected with the Stable at Beisterstown. 



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^ Eckman Charles, lab 
Q Eckman Jacob, lab 
-+J Fishbaugh Nicholas, fence builder 
W Eisher Mrs. Louisa, wid, boarding house 
g Goodwin H. E. (Pfeffer & Goodwin) 
t^ Goodwill T. F. livery and sale stable opp depot. (See adv) 



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Gore John F, 

Gore Mrs. Laura E. hotel 

Hack F. H. lawyer, BaUo 

Haiighey William T. general merchandise. (See adv) 



The Old Established Store 

AT GLYNDON STATION. 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, Fancy Goods. Hardware. Tinware, Qaeensware, Bacon, Lard, 
Cheese, Tea, Coffee, Coal Oil, Best Brands of Flour, Cakes, Crackers and Confectionery. 
O "^ AU at Reasonable I'rices. Goods Delivered Free of Charge. 






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^ Henry Dr. E. J. physician 

Jackson W. E. carpenter 
6q Kelly William, blacK smith 
^ Keys James, carpenter 

H McKeuney Eev. W. I. pastor M. E. church, Balto 
"^ McLean F. D. mgr. P. G. Zouck 
'Z jJfarsiliall Joliii T. jr. contractor and builder 
-3 Mettam Harry, bookeeper 
p Metz Frank C conductor 

^ Miller B. F. clerk 
/^ Miller J. Frank, paper hanger 
^Tj Montell Mrs. Mary, summer boarding 
PH Neal John A. farmer 
^H Nyce A. W. salesman, Balto 
jTrJ Orrick Frank 
1^ Orrick J. Smith, real estate 
hH Peno Miss Clara, clerk 

Peuii Gi'orge W. gen'l store and meat market (See adv.) 

HPenn James H. florist. (See adv.) 
^ Penn Miss Mary A. bookkeeper 
P^ Penn Miss Nettle, clerk 
fVl Poole Mrs. William, wid, farm 
C3 Price Dr. T. Rowe, physician 



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GLINDON DIRECTOKY. 



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<]}ROR<^K W. PK1«1V. - Proprietor, 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, 

Hoots, ShoBB, Hats, Caps. Flour, Feed, and everything 

usually kept in a country store. 

CHOICE CAKES and (^ONFE^JTIONEUY a Specialty. 

Camp Meeting orders solicited and delivered promptly. 

In connection with the store will be found a 
1< irst-clasiii Barber ^^iliop. 

CHOICE FRESH MEATS A SPECIALTY. 

All goods sold at strictly city prices. 

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table Plants. 
Cut Flowers a Specialty. 

Special attention paid to orders for Funerals and Wed- 
dings. Orders by mail solicited. 

CLY^DON, MD. 




Kich Arthur A. farmer 

Seymour Mrs. James, wid 

Smith Dr. B. Holly, dentist 

Smith George W. foreman section No. 4 

Sturgeon W. R. salesman, Balto 

Townsend Samuel P. 

Turner Mrs. Mary, wid 



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IVld., Every Saturday Morning-. 

SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 A YEAR. 

The only paper published in Baltimore County on the line of the W. 
Maryland R. R. 

Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, 
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p Wands A. E. editor, Western Marjbind Advocate 
Q Wands William W. compositor 

-4J Western Maryland Advocate, A. E, Wands editor and 
W publisher. (See adv) 

C? Whittle J. T. ice cream manuf. and dealer in ice 

Williams John J. 

Zouck P. G. coal, lumber, feed and grain 



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H BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 

pq'fe A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Kailroad, 

5 ^ situated one mile from Glyndon, which is the depot of this 

l> s place. 

g Ambrose George, stone mason 

§ . Armacost D. 

<'^ Baker A. B. jeweler 

g^ Beckley Kev. G. H. 

* Beckley J. Henry 

.5 Beckley Robert T. 

tf Berryman Bros, undertakers 

tc Berryman James 

^ Berryman Nehemiah 

O Berryman William 

X Brooks Dr. George, physician 

o Brown V. J. tinner 

^ Buckingham William Allen 

J Candler Dr. A. B. dentist 

P Carron Robert, carpenter 

^ Chick Rev. F. A. 

Q Church E. J. 

TJ Cofield Lewis, baker and confectioner 

P^ Cook C. carpenter and builder 

^H Cront John B. tinsmith 

H^ Cront John E. stoves and tinware 
Currie & Co. gen'l merchandise 

hrt Dean Rev. J. P. pastor M. E. Church 

^^ Demoss Nimrod 

H Dixon Dr. J. N. physician 
Dorcey C. O. painter 

P^ Dorcey R. Lee 

PtH Ducker Harry T. 

J3 Ebaugh E. O. principal High School 

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Ellison Geo. shoemaker j' 

Emich Henry, harnessmaker 

Fish John S. tCl 

Flory Mrs. M. millinery M 

Gibson William H. M 

Gies Christian, shoemaker fO 

GettierMrs. P. wid 

Goodwin Frank P, sale stables 

Gore Henry H. 

Gore Dr. James, physician ^, 

Gore John W. merchant 25 

Gore R. S. V. ice cream factory 

Haughey Francis C. ^. 

Haughey Mrs. Mary H 

Hitchae John W, hotel 

Hitchue John W. jr. • 

Hitchue Thomas 

Johnson George 

Johnson Philip ^^ 

Logsdom Nimrod, butcher CJ 

Logue Thomas, carpenter 1^ 

Marriott S. N. & Co. carriage mfrs. J 

Marshall Robert, carpenter 

Mettam J. C. blacksmith ~ S^ 



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Mong George g j»- 

Moras John M. cir ^ 

Mosner George, carriage painter ^^ 

Neal Joseph g: "'- 

Norris Col. William 5g 

Owings Beal " ^' 

Owings Charles _^ 

Pfeifer <fe Goodwin, gen. mdse. and coal ^^ 
Pfeifer James 
Pfeifer John 

Pfeifer Philip, stone mason ._» 

Phillips Thomas R. postmaster rO 

Rich Rev. k. J. rector Episcopal church ^^ 

Rich Prof. A. M. ^ 

Ruhl Peter, gen. store CO 

Schofield Miss Lizzie, teacher '"•' 

Selby E. O. undertaker CO 

Slade Dr. H. M. physician ^ 

Slade William A. 'ZT 

Shriver William L. gen. store ^ 

Smith John, livery q 



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Blinds and Mouldings of r r\ 

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^ Novelties in Roses and Giioice Gut Flowers, 

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^ 254 REISTERTOWN — ST. GEORGE — OWINGS MILLS DIRECTORY. 

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o I Smith John & Bro. contractors 

jg Stansfield Benjamin J. 

!^ Stevenson George, carriage maker 

^ Stocksdale George W. real estate, auctioneer and constable 

of Stump Henry & Son, harness mfrs. and barbers 

^§ Stump Lewis, blacksmith 

5 5 Trapier Rev. P. McG. 

w Trinker John 

^ Uhler Filmore 

O Uhler George W. 

O Vondersmith Daniel, propr. Central Hotel 

d Wagoner H. E. harnessmaker 

g3 White Eev. G. D. pastor Southern M. E. Church 

?H Wright Samuel 

Yingliug Frank G. florist 

&j Yingling John, carpenter 

•rj St. GEORGE, 

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 

O A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 

^^ distant 19 miles from Baltimore and 74 miles from Williamsport 

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Delaney J. C. book and stationery, Balto 
rt F=iirley Thomas, florist 
iw Gore Washington, farmer 
^ Kiedel William C. 

Kenear James C. boarding school and postmaster 
Madden Amos, farmer 
^ Madden James, lab 
S 2 Madden Jesse, waiter 



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^S Price Mrs. A. R. boarding house 

^^ Price William, mason 

r * Tucker Isaac, waiter 

TJ Warner A. W. 
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•4^ A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
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Allen William, brick and lime dealer, Balto ^p4 






Bartle August, farmer 

Bell John C. coal and butcher 

Belt Mrs. S. S. wid, farm 

Berryman Charles, carpenter 

Blakely Eugene, teamster S^ 

Blakely Samuel, farmer M 

Boudy James, jr., (Bondy & Co.) Balto OQ 

Bowen John, farmer CD 

Bowers W, T. trav. salesman ^ 

Buchanan John, blacksmith 

Buchanan Washington, blacksmith 

Burns W. F. butter dealer, Balto 

Campbell Dr. W. H. H. physician and surgeon 

Carroll John, farmer 

Clark Lester, grocery, nr depot 

Conner George ifl. station agent, and telegrapher ^^ 

Cook Louis, farmer ^^ 

Cooper H. A. farmer and poultry 

Corse Bobert S. emp custom house, Balto 

Damuth Henry, teamster hfl 

Disney A. L. asst. station agent Hj 

Disney Oliver, farmer and dairyman H^* 

Dolfield Alex. Y. cashier German Am. Bank, Balto ^ 

DoDan John, farmer ^ 

Elder Robert N. merchant, Balto ^^ 

Fangmeyer John, flour merchant and farmer, Balto ^^ 

Fitch Mrs. Ann, wid, h with Lester Clark q^ 

Fleigh August, track hand ^^ 

Foster Reuben hj' 

Fox Frank, farmer i-^« 

Fox Geo. sr., farmer CD 

Fox Geo. jr., lab 

Gasuall Geo. farmer 

Griffin Joshua, gardener 

Grisvvold Charles, farmer 

Groff Benj. F. flour and feed mill and agricultural implements ^ 

Gumpler Carl, section hand «>= 

Harman Mrs. Fannie B. wid, h nr depot ^ 

Hoff John, blacksmith ^ 

Hook Mrs. E. wid oJ 

Horn Daniel, lab ^ 

Hyde B. C. summer boarding bouse H 

Karhier Peter, farmer S 

Kendig Beve, farmer § 

Koerner J. F. retired merchant ^ 



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H ^ Long Henry, shoemaker 

'^'' § Lowe Alfred, farmer 

5^ < Lowe Frank, farmer 

S *^ McOarty Joshua, sevj. hand 

H McCubbins Joseph W. saloon, nr Depot 

^ Marshall Charles, carpenter 

Marshall Mrs. John T. wid 
^ Mitten Henry G. harness maker 

Moale George, summer cottage 

Morrow Joseph, lab 

Myers Jacob, see. foreman 

Nafe Henry, farmer 

Nicholas Capt. W. C. firmer 

Norris Dr. William S. dentist, Baltimore 

Orndorf Jeremiah, farm hand 

Painter E. Lynn, civil engineer and farmer 
TD Painter Mrs. Milton, wid 
g Pfeifer Kephart (Russell & Pfeifer) 

Rees John R. farmer 
(L» Ritter John, farmer 
-^ Rose Frederick, farmer and dairyman 
C Russell & Pfeifer, genl mdse. 
!^ Rutter Edward T. painter 
P_, Scott Mrs. Emma, post mistress, nr Depot 
33 Scott William, miller 
^ Shaw W. C. clerk, Balto 
^ ^ Shelley Charles, carpenter 
H 2 Sherwood John R. civil engineer 
^ ^ Shray John, well digger 
g^ Shumaker Edward, farmer 
-^ Sionsa M. L. tea broker, Balto 
^ Slade David L. genl mdse 

•N Smith Rev. H. pastor St. Thomas' Church 
^\ Smith John, farmer 

-^ Stephens Thomas, farmer and dairyman 
rH Stephens William, farmer and dairyman 

Strevig Horace, farmer 

Tase Frank, farm hand 

MTase Joseph, carpenter 
Tase Martin, carpenter 

Tate Charles W. shoemaker and toll gate keeper 
Trout Harry, farmer 
^ Ward William J. farmer and lawyer 
P^ Wells Richard, boiler inspector, Balto 
Wright Joseph, farmer and dairyman 
Tingling Martin, carpenter 






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GREEN SPRING JUNCTION-MCDONOUGH-MT. WILSON DIRECTORY. '257 hCJ 

GREEN SPRING JUNCTION, 

Fourteen miles from Baltimore. This station is the junction W3 

of the Western Maryland and the Green Spring Branch of the cQ 

Northern Central Railway, which was formerly part of the main ty 
line of the former road. Freight in car loads is exchanged over 
this line by the two roads. 



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BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. ^ 

A flag station on the main line of the Wesstern Maryland Rail- hCJ 
road, distant 13 miles from Baltimore. The McDonough Chari- hrj 
table Institute and Farm is located near this station. 

Clouser V. J. farmer 

Kretzer John A. station flagman ^^ 

Ij.yle 1>. C principal McDonough Institute, also postmaster ^^^ 

Lyons J. farmer ^P 

MoDonoii^li IiiiitUiite, D. C. Lyle, principal <! 

Mofifatt J. H. farmer 

Rogers 0. Lyman, farmer 

Simmons Mrs. George, assistant postmistress 

Simmons George, farmer 

Weber Albert, stone quarry 



MT. WILSON. 

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 



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distant 12 miles from Baltimore, and 81 miles from Willianosport. ^^ 
At this station is located The Thomas Wilson Sanitarium. 

Beam William A, farmer o 

Bruce Harry, lab § 
Brookett John, farmer 

Councilman James B. farmer » 

Hofl'man Henry, farmer ^ 

Keller John, lab S- 

Keller Joseph, fence builder w 

Lyon James W. farmer S 

Price Luther, farmer | 



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2. to Price Thomas J. manager Thomas Wilson Sanitarium 

•~ Rogers C. Lyon, farmer 
Rogers C. Lvon, jr., farmer 
Rogers Kennedy, farmer 

bX) The Tlioi9ia*ii Wil»iOii Saiiitarinm, a charitable institution 
.X ff^i" sick children, Thomas J. Price, manager 

iD W:«iim'i*iglit JWIrs. i?! a mie, station agent 

Vr Wjtiiiivright Samuel £. postmaster 

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BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 

5 A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
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wpi distant 11 miles from Baltimore and 82 miles from Williamsport. 

C The village of Pikesville is situated one mile from the station. 

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p^ Barnett Peter, farmer 

5 Barton Randolph, lawyer, Baltimore 
^ Barton Dr. W. B.' 

Blackford Eugene, farmer 

{^ Bounds James, painter 

C Bowen John, farmer 
'^ Carman Mrs. E. A. prop. Sudbrook Hotel 

^ Chenoworth Arthur, farmer 
i-p Chenoworth William, painter 

Clemens William G. trav. salesman 
. i:: Cockey Charles, farmer 
<i;^ Cockey Thomas, farmer 

^ Confederate Soldiers' Home, William H. Pope, supt. 

O Councilman James B. farmer 
n^ Councilman Mrs. J. T. wid 

^ Cowan John, carpenter and builder 
^^ Corbett Robert, merchant 
\^ Craddock Thomas, farmer 
P^ Creaghan August, farmer 
^H Davis Henry A. blacksmith 

H Devries Harry, mangr. Vogler & Co. Balto 
Dixon John E. florist 
hrt Duer Mrs. A. A. wid 
^^ Faulsteck Fred, general store 

HFifer Robert A. druggist 
Foley %%'illiani, coal dealer and gen'l store, also postmaster 
P^ Fringer Michael, farmer 
f^ Graves William B. farmer 
!n3 Grier John P. farmer 

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Guthrie EbV. C. E. pastor Lutheran Church «« 

Harrison Charles K. farmer ^. 

Heil Henry, harness maker CO 

Howard Mrs. B. C. wid, farm hcj 

James William A, insurance, Balto 

Kellilea Thomas, carpenter and builder 

Kenly A. C. manp;r. Steam Heating Co. Balto 

Kennedy James, gardener 

Kirkland K. R. 

Kraft Jacob K. undertaker l . 

Lawrence Rev. E. T. pastor St. Mark's Church S^ 

Lipscomb Robert, carpeuter ^\ 

Lowry Clarence, restaurant lIj 

Lynch Edward, farmer HI 

McHenry Mrs. J. Howard, wid W 

Mackall Rev. Father F., R. C. Church *^ 

Mann George E. farmer 

Marshall D. B. travelling salesman 

Mettam Mrs. Ruth, wid 

Mudge E. T. (Dobler & Mudge), Balto 

Myer Albert T. oyster packer, Balto ^^ 

Myer Thomas R. farmer J 

Myerly William H. hotel 

Naylor Dr. Lewis H. physician c'' 









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Parish Thomas, confectionery and shoemaker fi 

Peters Rev. pastor M. E. Church ~ 

Pfeil Henry <» 

Pope William H. supt. Confederate Soldiers' Home ^-^ 

Reed Alexander, farmer gj" 

Salter William H. tinsmith g; 

Seeger Paul, supt. Brewing Co., Balto &. 

Skinner Miss Laura, teacher *-t 

Smith A. S. painter S^ 

Subock John, farmer »— * 

Sullivan George, farmer ^^ 

Thompson Mrs. J. prop. Woodlawn Inn |^ 

Tidings Richard, Justice of the Peace ^_^ 

TinianufH JUr.s. Sarali, station agt. W. M. R. R. |s^ 
Uhler Nicholas, R. R. foreman 
Watts Asbury, general store 

Watts Edward, mason |-| 

Watts Lee, carpenter ^ 

Watts Lumford, carpenter J?! 
Watts Milton, mason 
Watts Philip, carpenter 



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o^ Watts William, lab 
^ " Weller E. M. farmer 
^ White N. S. farmer 
Wjse Dr. William 



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Baker George, farmer 
Barnett Deweren, farmer 
Bernum George, farmer 
Bernum William 
_ Black W. Sumter, real estate, Balto 
f^ Childs Charles, carpenter 
c. Childs John, farmer 
•iH Cox William T. miller 
^ Curtis C. A. blacksmith 

Curtis William, blacksmith 
Diggs C. F. coal, Balto 
. Dorsey Samuel, lab 
f^ Dreher Daniel, farmer 

Eckenrode Henry, hotel 
{Zj Endick Mrs. Eliza 
O rerc:uson Thomas J. farmer 
"+^ Fishpough John, painter 
O Fowner August, stock dealer 
^ Gumpf George, market gardener 
O Gumpf Henry, market gardener 
PQ Gumpf John, market gardener 
^ Hill Thomas, conveyancer, Balto 
g „ Keller Peter, contractor 
^-S Khoads C. C. lawyer, Balto 
«^ Shock Austin, painter 
^ Stansbury Tbeodore, gate tender 

« Winters George 
'^ Wisner William H. station agent W. M. R. R. 
^ Wisner Mrs. W. fl. postmaster 

^ MOUNT HOPE, 

ffi BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 

+3 A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
^ distant 8 miles from Baltimore. Mount Hope Retreat is located 

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at this station. This institution is under the control of the Sisters hjj 

of Charity and is perhaps the largest and best conducted asylum 

f the kind in the world. *^ 



BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. 

A station on the main line of the Western Maryland Railroad 
distant 7 miles from Baltimore. 



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Ball T. S. clerk, Washington, D. C. p 

Barnett Peter, farmer j^ 

Barrett Patrick, engineer dQ 

Brown A. house furnishing goods, Balto (J) 

Childs Charles G. farmer *^ 

Childs John, farmer -^ 

Flannery Dr. Frank, resident physician }^ 
Ford Charles, farmer 

Gritzan Theodore, cutter, Balto ^^ 

Hartman John, farmer Q 

Loos Emanuel, butcher ^ 
McCullough Henry, section hand 

McEnrow Peter, farmer ^ S 

Magruder Albert, county commissioner ^^ 

Owen Frank, store ^ ^ 

Parsons Joshua, farmer 50 > 

Roseter J. farmer ' ^ 
Ryan J. W. emp Mt. Hope Retreat 

Shauer Mrs. F. E. wid HJ 

Uhler N. section foreman ^^ 

Welch Matthew, farmer -^ 

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Andrews Charles, butcher, Main ^ 

Arlington Loan and Savings Association, Jas. Ingraham, pres. ^ 
Barnes W. W. pastor M. E. church 

Beven William T. stonecutter, Balto, h Main KH 

Bitte B. H. mfr. bonnet frames, h Groveland av eg 

Bland WiUiam, gardener, h Rogers av H-i 

Broome John M. dairyman, h Main ^^ 

Buck William, retired farmer, h Main w 

Burgess George, produce dealer, h Main (3 

Campbell L. C. hay dealer, h Main O 

Cockey Charles T. jr. lumber, coal, &c, Main c Garrison av ^ 

Cook J. G. real estate, Balto, h Garrison av ^ 

Jn nAVUnrr O on Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, OQ 

. II. IliiTniIrr /«■ llll. Md. LUMBEK. Have unexcelled Ct" 

I Ul UnlllUII W UUl faciUties for shipping lumber Hj 

On the WeBtern Maryland Railroad. • 



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OQmiloi CoQot Q ^t\nv> Our home-grown beauties and HY- 
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1^ ^ Davis Alexander, mason, h Washington av 
^"^ Disney John, pninter, h Washington av 

♦^ Disney Richard, painter, h Main 
^ Doenges C. shoemaker. Main 

^ Edwards John R. blank books, Balto, h Washington av 
^ Enser Daniel E. builder, h Main 
Q Ensig August, butcher, h Main 
pp. Fix Philip, shoemaker, h Main 
^■^ French George E. dairyman, Main 
Gallagher Albert, gardener, Rogers av 
JH Grafflin S. W. clerk, h Penhurst 
• pH Grove B. F. carpenter and builder, h Main 
"q Hall Thomas, gen. merchandise. Main, h do 
Qr> Halstead Egbert, hotel, Pimlico av 

^ Hammit Jesse F. prop. Belvidere Hotel, Washington av 
Hanes C. A. supt. Maryland Jockey Club Hotel 
Hanna J. Leland, lawyer, Balto, h Washing*^on av 
rr^ Harris William, farmer, Rogers av 
^ Helm Isaac M. clerk, h Garrison av 
J3 Hill Dr. Charles G. physician and surgeon, h Main 
^ Huffer William E. feed, h Main 

bo Ingram James E. house furnishing goods, Balto, h Main 
P} Jones Dr. Edwin E. physician and surgeon, h Main 
*p^ Kennedy Rev. H. H. pastor M. E. South church, h Main 
•^ Ketcham Frederick M. gen. merchandise, Main, h Garrison av 
fl Kluth AVilliam, blacksmith and wagonmaker. Main, h do 
r^ Kluth & 8ons, blacksmiths and wagonmakers, Main 
Lamb F. E. prop Wood Brook kennels, h Garrison av 
Lee Mrs. wid, h Main 
Lewin Thomas, blacksmith. Main 
>i Lynn R. G. (Lynn & Wall), h Main 
?H Lynn & Wall, pool room. Main 
C^ McCullough Joseph, fireman, h Main 

Magruder Robert, wholesale shoes, Balto, h Washington av 
rt Maryland Jockey Club Association, " Pimlico," Washington av 
«^ Mattiuhai J. C. house furnishing goods, Balto, h Kate av 
Jfletfain i^aiiiiiel B. justice of the peace, h Main 
Newman Charles P. job printer, Kate av, h do 
~ Newman Henry, clerk, h Kate av 

Nicholson James, prop. Park Heights Hotel, Main 
Numsen George, pickles, Balto, h Kate av 
iTl Numsen John W. pickles, Balto, h Washington av 
"T" Oakford Mrs. C. A. wid, h Garrison av 

Oakford W. Power, clerk, Balto, h Garrison av 
^~ Ortwine William, builder, Balto, h Garrison av 
rv Palmer J. C. druggist, Main, h do 

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Parks Joshua, gardener. Garrison av Jjjj 

Parsons Joshua, gardener, Main ^ 

Peiffer William H. clerk, h Garrison av Nj 

Plummer J. C. clerk, h Garrison av 

Poke H. R. druggist, Main, h do 

Reed Mrs. Mary, wid. grocery. Main ^ 

Reifley Henry, butcher, h Mam P 

Richardson William, florist and gardener, Rogers av CJQ 

Robinson J'^mes, carpenter. Main [av 2 

Russell William Ij. station agent and postmaster, h Garrison 

Ryan Charles, butcher, h Main 

Samraerman Chris, jeweler, Balto, h Main 

Schaeffer Jacob, pork packer, Balto, h Main ^^ 

Schaeffer John, blacksmith and wagon maker, Main C2 

Schockney Jacob, gardener, h Main O 

Shirley Henry, china, Balto, h Main - 

Stansbury John S. teacher, h Garrison av ^, 

Stansbury William L. bookkeeper, Balto, h Garrison av g 

Strous L. clothier, Balto, h Garrison av h2 

Stnbbs Edwin H. carpenter and builder, Main E^ 

Sutton Thomas, florist. Main, h do § 

Tormey A. J. clerk, Balto, h Garrison av 

Tormey Mrs. E. M. h Garrison av ^^ 

Tugwell L. R. propr. Three Mile House, Liberty rd ^ 

Wall Arthur, Lynn & Wall, h Main 

Wall John, policeman, h Main PO 

Walter Hugo, florist, Washington av P 

Webster Charles, saloon. Main Qj 

Whitely George, blacksmith and wagon mfr, Main 

Whittaker Westley R. h Garrison uv h^ 

Wisner J. L. clerk, h Main ^0 



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Uealer in Q} 

.% Marble, Granite and White Bronze ^ 

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All kinds of Cemetery Work, Marbleized Slate Mantels, &c. P 

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Near B. & O. Depot, Hagrerstown, 



JId. L<rMBEK. Dealers in all grades C^ 
and kinds of Lumber, Lath ^i^ 

and Shingle? . Write for Prices. • 



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WESTERN steel Rails. 

Equfpment. lVlx\rV 1 J_-//jL1N-L' BaMa^t. 

Superb Scenery. RAILROAD. 

— THE — 

Panoramic Pen-Mar Route 

TO AND FROM 

THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST VIA HAGERSTOWN, 

AND TO AND FROM 

The Philadelphia A Reading Railroad JSysteiu and 
Conneetions, via Shippeu^burg <& Oettysburg. 



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GETTYSBURG 

SHORT 

Baltimore. ^ J J\^ ^ ^ Hagerstowu. 



From the 

Kast and 

North, via 



From the 
South aud 
Southwest, 
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SHORT FREIGHT AND PASSENGER LINE 

Between Baltimore, Hageretown, Westminster, Frederick, Emmitebarg, WUliamsport, Md., 
Hanover. Gettysburg, Waynesboro, Chambersburg and Shippensbnrg, Pa. 



aS<®- CONNECTIONS -^sfij 

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Philadelphia and Reading R. R. at Shippensburg and Gettysburg, 

Baltimore and Ohio R. R. at Hap;er8town and Cherry Run, 

Norfolk and Western R. K. at Hagerstown. 



Grain Elevator and Wharfage Facilities at Tide Water. 

New York, Philadelphia and Washington Passenger Connections at 
Union Station, Baltimore. 



The following descriptive publications, issued by the Western Maryland Railroad, will be 
mailed to any address on application to General Passenger Agent: "Jaunts," "Sites fob 
Homes," " Gettysbubo in Wab and in Peace," " Bummeb Boabding," "Inducements to 
New Settlers." 



J. M. HOOD. B. H. GBISWOLD, 

Greneral Manager. (J-eneral Passenger Agt. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



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Agricultural Iniplcuient!>}. ^ 

Stitley J. Q. & Sons, Westminster. See page 235 (IQ 

Wood William, Union Bridge. See page 195 2 



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Art fStudio. 

Walzl R., Baltimore. See front cover 

Baby Carriage. 

Eowe W. Hagerstown. See page 13 

Bakeries. ^*^ 

Soy William H. Williamsport. See page 145 u 

Wareham J. S. Hagerstown. See page 129 JT 



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Bauks and Baukers. ^— j 

First Nat. Bank, New Windsor. See page 201 Hg 

Hagerstown Bank, Hagerstown. See page 58 

Hotfmon, Conner, Smith & Co., Hagerstown. See page 3 

The First National Bank, Hagerstown. See page 50 

Wilson, Colston & Co., Baltimore. See page 9 >«^ 

Barber aud Hairdresser. ^T' 

Maisaek William H. Hagerstown. See page 86 C+- 

Book Bindery. p. 

Hockman S. M. Hagerstown. See page 67 S 

Books and Stationery. ^ 

Grammer H. B. Westminster. See page 218 ^ 

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Boots an<l IShoes. ^ 

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Anders Geo. C. New Windsor. See page 198 ^ 

Devilbiss F. J. New Windsor. See page 199 > 

Eby J. W. & Son, Hagerstown. See page 45 h 

Goiddard S. C. W^illiamsport. See page 142 cc 

Hess Michael, Baltimore. See page 8 ^ 

McCardell Brothers, Hagerstown. See page 83 :;^ 

Root John, Mechanicstown. See page 177 ' ^ 

Slothower W. T. Baltimore. See page 7 ^ 

Wilson & Carr, Baltimore. See page 10 ^ 

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1 1 IIAlnlirr /(l. I ill Md. liUMBRR. Lath. Lime. Cement, g 

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Glass, Patty and Builders' Hardware. . 



S Ifllllu dllU rUI[jlu flUlulbp 228 North Charles street. Baltimore. Md. 

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^ 266 advertisers' business directory. 

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fS^ Brick IVIaniifacturerH. 

qO Frizzell Robert E. Westmiuster. See page 217. 

^3 Pryor & Schindel, Hagerstown. See page 1*0 1. 

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Eh Builders' Hardware. 

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^ Beck & Delamarter, Hagerstown. See page 2. 

!zi Dayboff J. C. & Co. Hagerstowu. See right bottom lines and 
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^ Stewart C. J. & Sons, Baltimore. See page 8. 

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^ Business College. 

'£ Wolf D. Elmer, Hagerstown. See front cover and page 12. 
^ Cannery. 

O Pen-Mar Cannery, J, Root & Sons, props. Mechanicstown. See 
,^ page 178. 

^ Candy illanufacturer, 

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^ Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

P Derr Theodore & Son, Westminster. See page 214. 

•z-^ Kanu S. Sons & Co. Westminster. See page 222. 
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Roessner Jacob, Hagerstown. See page 105. 



^ O Bixler Geo. A. Westminster. See page 210. 

og Davis Charles J. Williamsport. See page 140. 

^Q Setfert John, Westminster. See page 224. 

§ i Strasburger A. C. Westminster. See page 236. 

< Clothiers. 



Goddard S. C. Williamsport. See page 142 
^ Greenbaum Harry H. Hagerstown. See page 56 

Likes, Berwanger & Co., Baltimore. See right side lines and 

page 10 
McCardeil Bros., Hagerstown. See page 83 
_ Sharrer Bros., Westminster. See page 231 
Ph Traub, Jacob & Bro., Union Bridge. See page 194 

Ph Coal and Wood. 

r, Bolts B. A. Chewsville. See page 152 

C^ Embrey & Gruber, Hagerstown and Williamsport. See page 141 

Qj Rohrer J. H. & Co., Smithsburg. See page 160 

jV] Smith J. VV. Westminster. See page 234 

'TJ Stocksdale Geo. VV. Mechanicstown. See page 178 



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Commission 9Ierchaiit. ^ 

Rhinehart, Cbilds & Briggs, Baltimore. See page 16 l^ 

Confections. HH 

Everly, Joseph & Son, Hagerstowu. See page 47 hH 

Gernard Bros., Mechanicstown. See page 173 ^ 

Grammer H. B. Westminster. See page 218 ^| 

Roessner Jacob, Hageistown. See page 105 //""^ 

Wareham J. S. Hageistown. See page 129 y^ 

Winter G. L. (wholesale), Hagerstown. See page 133 Ir^ 

Crockery and Olassware. O 

Bowers S. D. Westminster. See page 210 hH 

Buchanan & Rohrer, Hagerstown. See page 32 

Downin & Snyder, Hagerstown. See page 43 

Eshleman J. S. Hagerstown. See page 174 ^^ 

Henshaw W. R. Mechanicstown. See page 174 ^ 

Wampler J. T. Westminister. See page 239 



Oentists. 



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Beachley W. E. Hagerstown. See page 24. ^ 

Eavey Dr. H. R. Hagerstown. See page 44. 

Helm Dr. J. W. New Windsor. See page 202. qq 

Wishard Dr. Hagerstown. See page 134. O 

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I>ruggists. •"•" 

Bell L. T. Smithsburg. See page 157. ^ 

Boyle Joseph B. Westminster. See page 211, D3 

Byers M. L. & Co. Hagerstown. See page 33. ^- 
Cook J. W. & Bro. Hagerstuwn. See page 37. 

Downs C. D. Williamsport. See page 141. ^— ^ 

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Huber A. H. Westminster. See page 222. 

Waltz C. C. & Co. Hagerstown. See page 128. 

Zepp J. D. Westminster. See page 242. ~ 

Dry and Fancy Goods. (jq 

Anders Geo. C. New Windsor. See page 198. >_.. 

Baker Norman E. Hagerstown. See page 21. 

Derr Theodore & Son, Westminster. See page 214. 

Devilbiss F. J. New Windsor. See page 199. 

Furney & Morningstar, Union Bridge. See yage 190. 

Goddard S. C. WilHamsport. See page 142. 

Hamilton Easter & Sons, Baltimore. See page 6. 

Heard F. A. Hagerstown. See page 64. 

Hildebrand A. C. Smithsburg. See page 159. 



J. C. DAYHOFF & GO. 



Near B. & O. Depot, Hagerstown, ^ 

Md. LUMBER. Has unexcelled facili- o 

ties for shipping lumber on the * 
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^ Receive our personal and prompt attention. SAMUEL FEAST & SONS. 

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2 Kann S. Sons & Co. Westminster. See page 222. 

i^ Root John, Mechanicstown. See page 222. 

^ Wampler J. T. Westminster. See page 239. 

^ Warren & Kindgen Co. Baltimore. See page 9. 

Fertilizer ]flaiiufaetiirer. 

§ Stonebraker J. W. & Son, Hagerstown. See page 119. 

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2 ^ Florists. 

"^ '^ Feast Samuel Sons, Baltimore. See front cover and left top linea 
!^ Penn James H. Glyndon. See page 251. 

Flouring: mils. 

^ Westminster Flouring Co. See page 240. 
.33 Furniture Dealers and ^manufacturers. 

(U Black E. E. Mechanicstown. See page 171. 

^ Geiselman J. & Son, Westminster. See page 218. 

Hagerstown Furniture Co. See page 58, 
^ Rowe W. Hagerstown. See page 13. 

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G General fStores. 

^ Betts B. A. Chewsville. See page 152. 
.^2 Haughey W. T. Glyndon. See page 250. 
(^ Myers H. H. Pen-Mar. See page 165. 
Penn Geo. W. Glyndon. See page 251. 

O Eohrer J. H. & Co. Smithsburg. See page 160. 

c/3 Oents' Furnishings. 

^ See also clothiers. 

^ Greenebaum Harry H. Hagerstown. See page 56. 
p Grove Bro. Hagerstown. See page 57. 

McCardell Brothers, Hagerstown. See page 83. 
.2 Sharrer Bros. Westminster. See page 231. 

<^ Traub Jacob & Bro. Union Bridge. See page 194. 

O Groceries and Provisions. 

r ^ Anders Geo. C. New Windsor. See page 198. 
^O Bowers John D. Westminster. See page 210. 
^ Buchanan & Rohrer, Hagerstown. See page 32 
^ Devilbiss F. J. New Windsor. See page 199 
Q^ Downin & Snyder, Hagerstown. See page 43 
PQ Eshelman J. S. Hagerstown. See page 46 

Fierv E. C. Hagerstown. See page 49 

+3 Goddard S. C. Williamsport. See page 142 

^ Grimes E. O. Westminster. See page 219. 

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Hildebrand A. C. Smithsburj];. See pa^e 159 . J**^ 
Keener A. S. Hagerstown. See page 75 

Myers J. W. Hagerstown. See page 96 \j) 

Root John, Mechauicstown. See page 177 kH 

Stocksdale Geo. W. Mechanicstown. See page 178 r^ 

Turner J. D. Hagerstown. See page 195 ^0 

Onn and Ijoek^itniith. ^ 

Rigney Charles E. Hagerstown. See page 104 K^ 

Hardware. K^ 

Anders Geo. C. New Windsor. See page 198 ^^ 

Babylon & Gilbert, Westminster. See page 208 "j^ 

McKee Brothers, Hagerstown. See page 85 ||3j 

Stewart C.J. & Sons, Baltimore. See page 8 hH* 

Stocksdale Geo. W. Mechanicstown. See page 178 ^^ 

Wood William, Union Bridge. See page 195 q^ 

Harness manufacturers and Dealers. 

Day O. F. Son & Co., Baltimore. See page 5 CJ 

Derr D. Carlton, Union Bridge. See page 195 C^ 

Shunk J. W. Wesminster. See page 233 j 

Hatters and Furriers. on^ 

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Horner & Farland, Baltimore. See page 4 ^^ 
Hot Air Heating. 

Heard Albert, Hagerstown. See left side lines and page 7 2^ 



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The Baldwin, Hagerstown. See page 22 

City Hotel, Westminster. See page 223 ^^ 

Dielman's Hotel, New Windsor. See page 200 <^ 

Franklin House, Hagerstown. See page 51 ^^ 

Hotel Hamilton, Hagerstown. See page 70 f^ 

Miller House, Mechanicstown. See page 175 - 

Montour House, Westminster. See page 228 |\3 

Union Bridge Hotel. See page 193 ^^ 

Windsor House, New Windsor. Seepage 205 [^ 
Wishard House, Smithsburg. See page 161 






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lee Cream jflfrs. 

Bloom A. W. New Windsor. See page 198 

Ice mfrs. ^ 

Hagerstown Ice Co. Hagerstown. See page 60 O 



LUMBKTi. Dealers in Masons' ^ 

and Bailders' Materials ^ ^^ 

• of all kinds. C/3 

Near Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERSTOWN, MD . T*" 



p. FLOWERS over the WIRE 



SAMUEL FEAST &!ESONS. 
BALTIMORE, Md. 

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^ 270 advertisers' business directory. 

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S lusii ranee. 

O Stonebraker & Mason, Hagerstown. See page 120 
Armstrong & Co. Hagerstown. See page 19 
The Bitner Agency, Hagerstown. See page 27 
Foltz & Feldman, Hagerstown. See page 51 
515 Hawken James E. Williamsport. See page 143 

OS Jewelery. 

hH Boottinger & Walter, Baltimore. See page 15 

,' Flynn J. N. Hagerstown. See page 14 

^ Kohler Milton, Hagerstown. See page 78 

K Smith 0. W. New Windsor. See page 204 

-^ Souders D. A. Smithsburg. See page 161 

<i<^ Job Printers. 

^ o Biershing J. W. Hagerstown. See page 26. 

Hq Cassell Chas E. Mecbanicstown. See page 172. 

Q^ Herald and Torchlight, Hagerstown. See page 66. 

5 ^ McCardell G. W. Williamsport. See page 150. 

02^ Riiikard J. R. & Son, Williamsport. See page 147. 

g Tbe Mail, Hagerstown. See page 59. 

izi Wands A. E. Glyndon. See page 251. 

^^ liawyers. 

g Brooks J. D. Westminster. See page 212. 
o Calbaugh & Roberts, Westminster. See page 213. 
^ Doub Daniel W. Hagerstown. See page 42. 
PI Fink Charles E. Westminster. See page 216. 
'Z Keatbofer William, Hagerstown. See page 74. 
'^ Keedy J. M. Hagerstown. See page 74. 
p Keedy & Lane, Hagerstown. See page 75. 

Keedy M. L. Hagerstown. See page 74. 

McKellip Col. W. A. Westminster. See page 226. 

Middlekauff O. V. Hagerstown. See page 90. 

Misb Frank W. Hagerstown, See p^ige 92. 

Neill Alexander, Hagerstown. See page 95. 
_ Roberts Charles B. Westminster. See page 230. 
H^ Stocksdale Geo. L. Westminster. See page 236. 

Tbomas Wm, H. Westminster. See page 237. 



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I^ivery and Nale l^tables. 

Goodwin T. F. Glyndon. See page 249 
Tbomson J. Westminster. Seo page 238 
Wolfe R. Stanley, Hagerstown. See page 135 
Zimmerman Frank, Mechanicstown. See page 180 



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L<iiinl>er Dealers. ^ 

Beck & Delamarter, Hagerstowu. See page 2 ^^ 

Danzer Lumber Co. Hagerstown. See page 3 yO 
Daylioff J. C. & Co. Hagerstown. See right bottom lines, page 40 hH 

Bohrer J. H. & Co. Smithsburg. See pnge IGO ^-j 

Smith J. W. Westminster. See page 234 l*W 

Stocksdale' George W. MtcLaniotown. See page 178 ^ 
Zeigler G. A. & F. A. (hardwood), Hagerstown. See page 187 "^ 

Iflacliine Nliop^. [^ 

Foltz H. C. Hagerstown. See page 50 S^ 

Jflarble and Granite Works. M-* 

Hagerstown Steam Granite and Marble Works. See p. opp 17 ^3 

Myers S. G. Hagerstown. See page 263 hrl 

Wills J. H. Hagerstown. See page 132 ^^ 

Meat Harkets. ^ 

Hesson Charles, Westminster. See page 221 ^^ 

Penn George W. Glyndon. See page 251 CJ 

Schamel Wm. H. Hagerstown. See page 108 ^^ 

Suter S. A. Hagerstown. See page 123 ^ 

nerehant Tailors. oh 

Grove Bro. Hagerstown. See page 57 K% 

McCardell Brothers, Hagerstown. See page 83 g "- 

Shurrer Bros. Westminster. See page 231 og-' 

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millinery. =>' " 

Baer Mrs. Julia, Baltimore. See page 15 ^ •- 

Heard F. A. Hagerstown. See page 64 _^ 

91usieal IMerchanclisie. ^ 

Ulirch Mrs. C. Hagerstown. See page 126 R^ 

Herald & Torchlight, Hagerstown. See page 66 



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The Catoctin Clarion, Mechanicstown. See page 172 

The Mail, Hagerstown. See page 59 CO 

Western Maryland Advocate, Glyndon. See page 251 *"*" 

Williamsport Leader. See page 150 qq 

Williamsport Transcript. See page 147 ^_ 

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Xovelty Eniporinni. 

Ullrich Mrs. C. Hagerstown. See page 126 



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Manufacturers & dealers in Sash, ^ 

Doors, Blinds and Mouldiage of - _, 

every description. C/J 

Near the Baltimore and Ohio Depot, HAGERBIOWN, MD. '"^ 



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"^ 272 advertisers' business directory. 

§2: Opticiansc 

^ 2 Boettinger & Walter, Baltimore, See page 15 

f^jr; Flynn J. N. Hagerstovvn. See page 14 

^" The Maryland Optical Co. Baltimore. See page 8 

^^^ — Patent Attorney. 

^ « Mann & Co. Baltimore. See page 7 

^^ Patent ]?Irc1i«ine Mfrs. 

w J Fahrney Dr. D. & Son, Hagerstown. See page 47 

Jfl Kiefer Dr. C. R. Hagerstown. See page 76 

flT Photographers. 

bD PhreanerB. W. T. Hagerstown. See page 100 

Ph Waizl Richard, Baltimore. See front cover 



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Pianos and Organs. 

Beatty Daniel F. See left bottom lines 
Knabe Wm. & Co. Baltimore. See page 4 
^ Ordway A. M. Hagerstown. See page 98 

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^H Plumbers and Oas Fitters*. 

^^ Heard Albert, Hagerstown. See left side lines and page 7 
fl> Middlekauff L. & D. N. Hagerstown. See page 89 
^ Scholotterbeck Wm. Hagerstown. See page 109 

Q Real Estate. 

^^ Armstrong & Co. Hagerstown. See page 19 
Foltz & Feldman, Hagerstown. See page 51 
^^ Hawken James E. Williamsport. See page 143 
1^ Stonebraker & Mason, Hagerstown. See page 120 

The Bitner Agency, Hagerstown. See paje 27 
S The North End Real Estate Agency, Mechanicstown. See p 176 

^'^ ISasli, Doors and Blinds. 

Beck & Delamarter, Hagerstown. See page 2 
rrt Danzer Lumber Co. Hagerstown. See page 3 
tj Dayhoff .T. C. & Co. Hagerstown. See right bottom lines and 
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Hnw and Planing Jflills. 

pj Beck & Delamarter, Hagerstown. See page 2 
Danzer Lumber Co. Hagerstown. See page 3 
■+^ Dayhoff J. C. & Co. Hagerstown. See right bottom lines and 
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Stover Harry E. Hagerstown. See page 121 ^^ 

The Singer Mfg. Co. Hagerstown. See page 113 J^i 

Shoemakers. ^-^ 

Everlj Joseph, Hagerstown. See page 47. ^j 

Stull John A. Mechfinicstown. See page 179. ^3 

Slale Mantels. ^^ 

Babylon & Gilbert, Westminster. See page 208. nl 

Hagerstown Steam Granite & Marble Works. See page opp 17. ^ 



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Beck & Delamarter, Hagerstown. See page 2. 

Steam and Hot Water Heating^. 

Henshaw^ W. R. Mechanicstown. See p'lge 174. ft) 

Schlotterbeck Wm. Hagerstown. See page 109. 

Wood Wm. E. & Co. Baltimore. See page 15. ^\ 

Steamship Ageney. ^J 

Eobson A. W. Baltimore. See page 9. >• 

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Heard Albert, Hagerstown. See left side lines and page 7. 

Henshaw W. B. Mechanicstown. See page 174. 

Middlekauff L. & D. N. Hagerstown. See page 89. 

Rowe W. Hagerstown. See page 13. 

Schlotterbeck Wm. Hagerstown. See page 109. 

Wood Wm. E. & Co. Baltimore. See page 15. ^ 

Tobacconists. <--». 

Bixler Geo. A. Westminster. See page 210. ^^ 

Davis Charles J. Williamsport. See page 140. toa 

Leffert John, Westminster. See page 224. 

Turnings and Scroll Sawing. 

Beck & Delmarter, Hagerstown. See page 2. 

Trunks and Satchels. 

Day O. E. Son & Co. Baltimore. See page 5 

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^ Geiselman J. & Son, Westminster. See page 218 

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Pittinger Dr. M. A. Mech.'inicstown. See page 177 

B Wall Paper and ISha«les. 

^^ Stover Harry E. Hagerstown. See page 121 

<z; Wheel iMaterial iUauiifaetory. 

'^ West End Wheel Material Co. Hagerstowu. See page 131 

>^ Wines and l<t«uor»«. 

"^ Hyslop & Hunter, Hagerstown. See page 71 

•r^ Moore & Futterer, Hagerstown. See page 93 

(U Sam's Cafe, Hagerstown. See pnge 107 

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